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TDSB Virtual Workshop for Specialist High Skills Major & Experiential Learning Youth - A Financial Literacy Toolkit
The Toronto District School Board has partnered with the Canadian Foundation for Economic Education (CFEE) to offer a virtual workshop designed to provide specialist high skills major and experiential learning youth with a unique experience exploring concepts outlined in CFEE's 'Money and Youth' and other related resources. The workshop will focus on: goals and decision making, planning for the future, banking, saving and the use of credit, budgeting to reach a goal, careers including entrepreneurship and the decision making around the transition from secondary school to the world of work, or further education and training (including obtaining and paying for post-secondary education) will be discussed in this interactive presentation. There will also be time devoted to the realties of the post COVID-19 world, and a question and answer session following the workshop.

This workshop will be presented by Kevin Maynard, VP of the Canadian Foundation for Economic Education, and hosted on the Zoom videoconferencing platform. The Q and A session will feature a panel of professionals to provide answers to YOUR questions around financial planning, money management and career exploration.

Students are asked to complete the registration information below, using their school assigned email address. Note that participation in this virtual webinar is a required (mandatory) part of your program and that information on your attendance will be shared with your teacher for assessment purposes.​

*** Note: Please use your TDSB email address when registering

May 11, 2021 09:30 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Kevin Maynard
Vice-President and COO @Canadian Foundation for Economic Education
Kevin has worked with CFEE in various capacities since 1998, primarily as Chief Operating Officer and most recently as primary project facilitator for “Managing Your Money In Canada, a series of financial literacy workshops developed for seniors, newcomers and recent immigrants to Canada. He has been a key member of a number of CFEE project teams responsible the development and execution of CFEE programs. He has primary responsibility for coordinating school board liaison with CFEE and its variety of youth oriented financial literacy programs. Kevin is a Career Coach to newcomers and a public speaker to students in career exploration settings. He is a governor and treasurer of the Canadian Career Development Foundation. Kevin and his partner Jeff enjoy sailing in their spare time from their home base at the Port Credit Yacht Club.