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Money Matters Workshop Provides Valuable Lesson in Saving
Accounting and Finance Club student members teach children the value of saving
Accounting and Finance Club student members teach children the value of saving
November 27, 2017

The University’s Accounting and Finance Club recently held a “Money Matters” workshop at the Boys and Girls Club of Northeastern Pennsylvania.

During the workshop, the University's Accounting and Finance Club student members taught Boys and Girls Club members (ages 6-9) about the importance of financial savings and led them in an arts and crafts project, creating personal piggy banks for each child. Each of the Marywood students provided some coins for the kids to help start their savings.

Pictured:

First row (left to right) Boys and Girls Club Members: Nevaeh Henderson; JoAnna Callahan; and Jeremy McClain.

Second row (left to right) Boys and Girls Club Members: Demarius Baker; Frankie Rudis Jr.; Riley Robinson; Mason Trischetta; Vincent Capersino; Hailey Capersino; and Michael King-McNeil

Third row (left to right) Boys and Girls Club Members: Peyton Torba; Mark Andrejack; Mia Kolata; Stacia Hinds; Leyla Lemus; Rayanna Diaz; Auriella Hogan; Annabella Fuller; and Christian Chezik

Fourth row (left to right) Marywood University Accounting and Finance Club Members and Faculty Adviser: Chase Jones, Mountain Top, Pa.; Matthew Earle, South Abington Township; Kaleigh Orr, Moscow, Pa.; Jared Cornell, Binghamton, N.Y.; Joni Host, Montrose, Pa.; and Amy Washo, instructor in the School of Business and Global Innovation at the University.

 Visit School of Business and Global Innovation, or call (570) 348-6274 for additional information.