Financial Education Society
We seek to educate, engage and empower the CBS community on issues relating to financial literacy. We educate by bringing financial education experts, academics and advocates to campus to speak about key issues surrounding financial education. We engage by creating forums for students to research and discuss various aspects relating to financial literacy. We empower by volunteering to teach basic financial concepts to the underserved in our local community through Money Makes Cents and Junior Achievement, an international nonprofit organization dedicated to educating young people about business, economics, and free enterprise.
The sole requirement for membership is an interest in financial education and volunteer work. There are no membership dues.