Financial Literacy Classes

FINANCIAL LITERACY CLASSES

Students taking our financial literacy classes can expect to learn remedial math; banking basics; how to use credit, debit, and ATM cards; personal budgeting; and about U.S. currency. Beginning level classes are available in the Burmese, Karen, and Nepali languages. The classes’ professional instructor aims to help refugees successfully integrate into society by obtaining financial competency.

Classes

We offer classes in twelve-week sessions, four times per year

Class
Level
Beginning
(Burmese/Karen)
Beginning
(Nepali)
Advanced
Class
Schedule
Tuesday
10–11:30 a.m.
International Institute
Tuesday
1:30–3 p.m.
International Institute
Tuesday
11:30 a.m.–1 p.m.
International Institute

View the Class Schedule

Important 2016 Dates

Students can enroll in classes at anytime.

Start End
Spring 2 Current Session: November 16 December 18
Spring 1 Next Orientation: December 21 January 1
Spring 2 Next Session: January 4 February 12

Eligibility & Fees

All refugee clients are eligible to enroll.  There is no fee for this class.

REGISTRATION & PLACEMENT TESTING

Student All new students must take a placement test before entering the class. Their scores  will determine the appropriate class level.
Clock-01-24 Placement tests will take place when a student enrolls in the class. Students can enroll at any time.
What you need to bring to register:

 

Identity-Card-24 Photo ID



For more information on our Financial Literacy Classes or to schedule a placement test, please contact:

Ming Shiao
Education Department
education@iiakron.org
T: 330.376.5106 x124