Just in time for Financial Literacy Month, join Wealth Management Financial Advisors for an evening of money talk. You’ll meet financial advisor/educator Marie Deary, who heads up WMFA in Long Beach CA., Dominique DiPrima host and producer of KJLH Front Page and Karen Slade Senior Vice President and General Manager KJLH.
They will walk you through the Wealth Management Smart Money Rules Program and show you how to reach your financial goals. You’ll get to join like-minded people committed to building better money habits, and network away.
When the night wraps, we want you to understand our perspective on:
● How to prioritize your financial goals (like student loans, buying a home etc.)
● How to create a 50 30 20 budget that helps you achieve those goals and stick to them
● How to identify your blind spots to help keep you protected
● How to build an emergency fund
● How to save for retirement
Join for our final Project Remix of the semester!
"Trojans Got Talent!" This annual event is a great way for us to close our spring semester as the theme of social justice and diversity highlight the evening.
If you are interested in performing email Jesh at email@example.com
**Dinner will be provided
Project ReMix is a collaboration between APASS, CBCSA, El Centro Chicano and the LGBT Resource Center. It is an interactive program that explores the intersectionality of identities of students from various ethnic and racial backgrounds.
During the Black Student Assembly meeting on Monday, April 18th at 6pm join Dr. Ekta Kumar from the Center of Women and Men, Rosalind Conerly from the Center for Black and Cultural Student Affairs, and Amaka Agodi, a Wellness Advocate, in an interactive discussion on sexual assault in the Black community and the complexities surrounding this issue. Dinner will be provided. You won’t want to miss out!
Sponsored by: CBCSA, BSA, Center for Women and Men
SC Game Night Social in Downtown LA
Monochrome Red Loft
Plei is collaborating with the USC AACC Social committee to host a Game Night Social this Friday 4/22 in DTLA! A portion of the proceeds from this week's event will be donated to the Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs at USC! Tickets: www.mingleandplei.com/usc.html
Denim Day began when a young Italian woman was raped and her attacker was convicted. The conviction was overturned by the Italian Supreme Court on the grounds that “because the victim wore very, very tight jeans, she had to help him remove them… it was no longer rape but consensual sex.” Italian women in Parliament, in protest, began wearing jeans to work. Denim Day exists honor of this Italian woman and others who have been sexually assaulted or raped. It serves as a statement against “victim-blaming,” as well as being a call to hold perpetrators responsible.
There is no excuse and never an invitation to rape:
On Wednesday, April 27th, join with others on campus and around the world by wearing denim and challenging the misconception that what someone was wearing can be an invitation for sexual assault.
Co Sponsored by: Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs