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Financial Literacy Month Q&A: Students Taking the Lead

April 29, 2015, 8:48am posted by Becca Hare

An organization called Moneythink is looking to change the lack of financial literacy education in high schools and colleges. Rather than providing a program for teachers to implement in their classrooms, Moneythink trains college volunteers to serve as near-peer role models, college mentors, and financial coaches for local teens.

To learn more about this program, we caught up with Gabriel Denham, Co-founder and Director of Partnership at the newly established chapter of Moneythink here in New York City at Columbia University. 

Finances At Your Fingertips

April 28, 2015, 2:49pm posted by Laura Vinci

According to the President’s Advisory Council on Financial Capability, technology innovations are highlighted as one of many successes in financial education. This shouldn’t come as a surprise. Within the past five years alone, technology has made it faster and more convenient to access real-time, actionable financial information from our individual bank accounts. 

Talking Tips & Tricks

July 08, 2014, 6:07pm posted by Laura Vinci

As a generalist firm, it is important to share experiences from different backgrounds and provide individual perspectives to advance our company as a whole. Recently, the junior staff members hosted a Knowledge Sharing Session to swap war stories and share helpful tricks we've learned so far in our careers.

Thought Bubble is a space for members of the CooperKatz team to share whatever comes to mind - from news about our company and clients, to insights on the constant evolution of the marketing communications landscape.

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