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Interested in Learning about Personal Finance?


From Alisse Singer ’16:

Smart Woman Securities is a national not-for-profit organization geared towards educating women about personal finance and investing. Currently, we have passed the first application process, and are currently in the soft launch phase with three other universities: Stanford, University of Pennsylvania, and University of Notre Dame. This upcoming fall semester, we will be leading a 10-week seminar series, bringing in professionals and alumni with experience in finance to teach topics in investing. There are wonderful opportunities the organization provides, such as a trip to meet Warren Buffet and personal mentorship by JPMorgan. We believe everyone should learn about personal finance, and encourage all majors of all years and finance background to become a part of this organization.

If interested in learning more about SWS, please fill out this Google Form and we will add you to our listerv!

Investing: The Muslim Model

Want free hot chocolate tomorrow at 4?

High yields. No Compromises.

Come join the Muslim Students Association (WesMSA) and The Committee for Investor Responsibility¬†for a presentation on Islam-based strategies Muslim and Non-Muslim investors have utilized in the past decade to generate sizable returns without the compromise of conscience. The presentation will be given by Mansoor Alam ’15, who currently serves as an Organizational Consultant to UNESCO.

The event is additionally being cosponsored by The Interfaith Justice League and The Catholic Students Association.


Date: Thursday November 1st
Time: 4pm
Place: PAC 001
Facebook: here

Investment Banking Talk at PAC

Investment banking enthusiasts, take note:

Student group WesBiz is hosting Tim Reazor from Investor’s Business Daily on campus today, 4:30pm, in PAC 104. Come with questions! Free investing related reading materials will be available after the presentation.

Date: Thursday, February 19th
Time: 4:30 pm
Place: PAC 104