ONTRACK FINANCIAL EDUCATION CALENDAR & Women’s Financial Education Center Monthly Classes
Money Management and Credit Classes
Women’s Financial Empowerment Center
Introduction to Homebuying
Thinking about purchasing a home, but don’t know where to start? Between realtors, banks, closing costs, and inspections, the task can seem overwhelming. But don’t worry – this introduction to first time homebuying will provide the answers you’ve been looking for and resources to help!
Preventing Identity Theft
Identity theft happens when someone steals your personal information and uses it without your permission. In this class, we’ll discuss how it happens, identify popular fraud and scam techniques, learn how to prevent identity theft, and explain what to do if you’re a victim of identity theft.
Going to College Without Going Broke
In this class, participants will learn about the mysterious world of financial aid, where to find scholarships, student loan forgiveness and repayment options, and avoiding scams targeted to students.
All Classes are free of charge unless otherwise noted.
All classes are held at OnTrack WNC Offices, Asheville.
Pre-registration is required for all classes. Register online by clicking on the class title or call 828-255-5166
Pre-registration required. Call OnTrack WNC today at 255-5166. All classes listed are held at OnTrack WNC offices
50 S. French Broad Ave, Second Floor
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