Program for Financial Empowerment
The Program for Finacial Empowerment (PFE) is an effort to promote the knowledge of personal finance across the university and the community. The initiative is bolstered by faculty support, alumni engagement and student leadership involvement, and mentorship. The learning goal for the program is to empower UH students, students in middle and high schools, and the community with more knowledge about personal finance, especially as it relates to attending college.
EXPLORE Financial Empowerment Institute
The Program for Financial Empowerment held a week‐long camp with local high school students from all over the state. Students had the opportunity to see what it’s like being a finance major is like for a week. They had interactive lectures and worked on their financial goals. If you would like to know more information about the program please look at Explore for more information.
Financial Empowerment Workshop
The program for Financial Empowerment is working with the Professional Financial Planning
Students to empower the local community and the University with financial knowledge. They
provide workshops on budgeting, wealth management and saving for financial goal. This is a
great way to work with future professionals and helps provide our current college students
with experiential learning.
If you are interested in having a workshop or want any additional information please reach us via firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us.