Financial Literacy Workshops

 

Financial Literacy Workshops

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About the Financial Literacy Workshops

The New Orleans Public Library has partnered with Marigny deMauriac from Edward Jones to ensure our community has the knowledge and skills to manage financial resources effectively for a lifetime of financial well-being.

Events

Financial Planning 101: Social Security, Healthcare & Your Retirement
Robert E. Smith Library on Tuesday, January 9 from 5pm - 6pm
Social Security experts and a Medicare specialist will be on hand to answer questions.


Financial Planning 101: Social Security, Healthcare & Your Retirement
Mid-City Library on Tuesday, January 16 from 5pm - 6pm
Social Security experts and a Medicare specialist will be on hand to answer questions.


Outsmart the Scammers: Protect Yourself and Your Family from Financial Fraud
Norman Mayer Library on Monday, January 22 from 5pm - 6pm
Telemarketers, email spam, pyramid schemes, and cons can’t succeed when citizens have the knowledge and skills to fight fraud.


Script Your Family's Future: Why You Need an Estate Plan
Children's Resource Center Library on Tuesday, January 23 from 5pm - 6pm
Learn about asset transfer, incapacity protection, guardian for minors or dependents, charitable intent and/or tax control at this preparation presentation.


Outsmart the Scammers: Protect Yourself and Your Family from Financial Fraud
Robert E. Smith Library on Tuesday, February 6 from 5pm - 6pm
Telemarketers, email spam, pyramid schemes, and cons can’t succeed when citizens have the knowledge and skills to fight fraud.


The Entrepreneurial Equation: Women's Business Owner Roundtable Discussion
Norman Mayer Library on Monday, February 19 from 5pm - 6pm
At this seminar, ideas and strategies will be shared. Attendees will learn how to put banking, retirement, and insurance tools to work to build and protect their businesses.


The Entrepreneurial Equation: Women's Business Owner Roundtable Discussion
Mid-City Library on Tuesday, February 20 from 5pm - 6pm
At this seminar, ideas and strategies will be shared. Attendees will learn how to put banking, retirement, and insurance tools to work to build and protect their businesses.


Outsmart the Scammers: Protect Yourself and Your Family from Financial Fraud
Nix Library on Monday, February 26 from 5pm - 6pm
Telemarketers, email spam, pyramid schemes, and cons can’t succeed when citizens have the knowledge and skills to fight fraud.


Financial Planning 101: Social Security, Healthcare & Your Retirement
Children's Resource Center Library on Tuesday, February 27 from 5pm - 6pm
Social Security experts and a Medicare specialist will be on hand to answer questions.


Financial Planning 101: Social Security, Healthcare & Your Retirement
Rosa F. Keller Library & Community Center on Monday, March 5 from 5pm - 6pm
Social Security experts and a Medicare specialist will be on hand to answer questions.


Financial Planning 101: Social Security, Healthcare & Your Retirement
Milton H. Latter Memorial Library on Tuesday, March 6 from 5pm - 6pm
Social Security experts and a Medicare specialist will be on hand to answer questions.


The Entrepreneurial Equation: Women's Business Owner Roundtable Discussion
Alvar Library on Tuesday, March 13 from 5pm - 6pm
At this seminar, ideas and strategies will be shared. Attendees will learn how to put banking, retirement, and insurance tools to work to build and protect their businesses.


Financial Planning 101: Social Security, Healthcare & Your Retirement
Algiers Regional Library on Monday, March 19 from 5pm - 6pm
Social Security experts and a Medicare specialist will be on hand to answer questions.


Script Your Family's Future: Why You Need an Estate Plan
Mid-City Library on Tuesday, March 20 from 5pm - 6pm
Learn about asset transfer, incapacity protection, guardian for minors or dependents, charitable intent and/or tax control at this preparation presentation.


What Happens after Paychecks Stop?: A Retirement Primer
Nix Library on Monday, March 26 from 5pm - 6pm
Examine how to budget for retirement expenses, find potential sources of retirement income, and prepare for potential risks such as LTC and health care costs.


The Entrepreneurial Equation: Women's Business Owner Roundtable Discussion
East New Orleans Regional Library on Monday, April 2 from 5pm - 6pm
At this seminar, ideas and strategies will be shared. Attendees will learn how to put banking, retirement, and insurance tools to work to build and protect their businesses.


What Happens after Paychecks Stop?: A Retirement Primer
Milton H. Latter Memorial Library on Tuesday, April 3 from 5pm - 6pm
Examine how to budget for retirement expenses, find potential sources of retirement income, and prepare for potential risks such as LTC and health care costs.


Financial Planning 101: Social Security, Healthcare & Your Retirement
East New Orleans Regional Library on Monday, April 9 from 5pm - 6pm
Social Security experts and a Medicare specialist will be on hand to answer questions.


Financial Planning 101: Social Security, Healthcare & Your Retirement
Alvar Library on Tuesday, April 10 from 5pm - 6pm
Social Security experts and a Medicare specialist will be on hand to answer questions.


The Entrepreneurial Equation: Women's Business Owner Roundtable Discussion
Algiers Regional Library on Monday, April 16 from 5pm - 6pm
At this seminar, ideas and strategies will be shared. Attendees will learn how to put banking, retirement, and insurance tools to work to build and protect their businesses.


Outsmart the Scammers: Protect Yourself and Your Family from Financial Fraud
Mid-City Library on Tuesday, April 17 from 5pm - 6pm
Telemarketers, email spam, pyramid schemes, and cons can’t succeed when citizens have the knowledge and skills to fight fraud.


Financial Planning 101: Social Security, Healthcare & Your Retirement
Martin Luther King Library on Monday, April 23 from 5pm - 6pm
Social Security experts and a Medicare specialist will be on hand to answer questions.

Other Upcoming Events

/ During Library Hours

Main Library

While African American men’s roles in the indigenous ritual procession traditions go back over a century, the vital role of women is not as widely known. This exhibit illustrates a historical overview of the pride and work involved in preparing for the neighborhood processions that bring beauty and pride to New Orleans. It is documented through photographs and the ceremonial attire of the women who participate in the community based customs of the Black Masking/Mardi Gras Indian, Baby Doll and Social and Pleasure Club traditions. (More)

/ During Library Hours

Main Library

Our one-on-one sessions are designed for those who are just beginning to learn about technology or who would like to grow their digital skills. (More)

/ During Library Hours

Martin Luther King Library

Our one-on-one sessions are designed for those who are just beginning to learn about technology or who would like to grow their digital skills. (More)

/ During Library Hours

Mid-City Library

Our one-on-one sessions are designed for those who are just beginning to learn about technology or who would like to grow their digital skills. (More)

/ During Library Hours

Nix Library

Our one-on-one sessions are designed for those who are just beginning to learn about technology or who would like to grow their digital skills. (More)