Be Your Own Boss, as a Young Adult!
Be your own boss! Yes, YOU can be an entrepreneur! First, let us help set you up for financial success to build a booming business as a young adult.
Nov 18, 2021, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Zoom link sent upon registration
About the Event
Find out how to set yourself up financially, establish a relationship with a business banker, and learn the importance of a well thought out business plan.
Thursday, November 18, 2021 | 5 p.m.
This one-hour interactive virtual workshop is geared towards High School students
- Setting yourself up financially
- Building a relationship with a business banker
- Business Account Benefits, and things to watch out for
- What is a business plan?
- Community resources
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- High School Students interested in starting their own business
Kristen Norgaard is a Financial Education Supervisor at Royal Credit Union and has been in the credit union industry for 16 years. She oversees Royal’s student run credit union branches in North and Memorial High Schools. She has a passion for people of all ages, but especially youth. She believes that setting someone up for financial success can never start too early, and strives to give people the tools needed to succeed financially.
Cooper Larson is a Community Financial Education Coordinator at Royal Credit Union. She has worked in the credit union movement for seven years. Cooper connects Royal with the communities it serves by forming impactful partnerships focused on financial education delivery. She leads Royal’s correctional facility education program and coordinates the credit union’s virtual financial education resources. She is also a co-host of Royal’s Money Donuts podcast.
This event is a part of Startup Chippewa Valley presented by Royal Credit Union