How to Adult
Brought to you by Residence Life and Purposeful Work…
How to Adult is a multi-part workshop series to prepare you with skills for life after college.
Upcoming Topics include: Insurance 101; How to make friends after graduation; How to Apartment; Cooking and Grocery Shopping
2016 How to Adult Topics:
How to use credit wisely and avoid the debt debacle
Featured speakers from the Credit Abuse Resistance Education program:
Rich Goldman ’76, P’16, JD, Bankruptcy Attorney
Randy Creswell, JD, Shareholder, Perkins Thompson, P.A.
Financing your 20s: Budgeting and Saving
Helen Andreoli, Bates ’92, VP of Wealth Management, UBS (Fall 2016)
George Carr, Bates ’07, VP and Portfolio Manager, RM Davis (Spring 2016)
Kelsey Gillespie, Community Marketing Manager, Casco Bay FCU (Spring 2016)
Nate Hull, Associate, Verill Dana and speaker, Credit Abuse Resistance Education (Spring 2016)
First Jobs: Salary Negotiation, Decision Making and What to do with The Offer
Julie Glauninger, Bates ’86, Financial Advisor and salary negotiation coach for the City of Boston’s Office of Women’s Advancement
Colleen Coxe, Bates Career Development Center
How to Apartment
All you need to know about leases and contracts, rental insurance, finding the right place, communicating with landlords, getting your deposit back…
How to Adult – Why Insure?