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Financial Fluency - NSOP Information Session - Shared screen with speaker view
Liliette Quintana
13:52
1. Checking the amount of money I have often.
Anique Edwards
14:05
• checking my bank account every time before I spend is an asset. But spending all my money on food is a weakness
Alex Savino
14:06
put away paycheck but keep tips // i’d like to cut how much coffee i drink :)
Sofia Fontaine
14:08
i save money from every deposit i make in my checking
Jean Slaughter
14:09
Good Habit: managing a budget
godsy philip
14:10
add: creating budgets
Caroline Val
14:11
Keep: Knowing what's a want vs. a need for me to buy
Krys McCook
14:12
Using the 50-30-20 method
meira Saffra
14:14
Using electronic banking when possible
Janelle Matias
14:15
1. saving half or more of my paychecks
Tess Aronson (she/her/hers)
14:15
Checking what i have and what I’ve already spent
Grace Novarr
14:16
1. walking instead of paying for transportation as often as i can
Leslie Yao
14:17
1. managing budget
Adele Carcano
14:18
1. Attempting to budget myself
Emma Kaufman
14:18
plan what I will buy and when
Jackie Balestrieri
14:20
Good: I usually take 1/2 a paycheck in save it in some way, Bad: I spend the rest pretty fast
Evelyn Van Ness
14:20
1. With summer employment I only use my money for gas and food
Li Bing Appel
14:20
1. saving money 2. buying things on sale
Grace Meinzer
14:20
Saving a lot of my money that I earn from my job in my savings acc. Then, impulsive spending with friends
Emily Lo
14:21
1. Asking myself if I really need an item
Grace Tulinsky
14:21
1. Keeping track of how much money I have
Karen Chavez
14:22
Spending money on food when I can cook at home
amelia perret
14:22
Not using my cash from work
Nina Goldshmid
14:24
1. don't spend money on useless things. 2. Investing
Caroline Val
14:26
Add/Change: Learning to budget
Thathiny Tep
14:26
1. Keeping receipts of stuff I buy
Leslie Yao
14:26
2. avoid impulse buys
Batya Koenigsberg
14:27
Making sure to question if the thing I’m buying is necessary or a worthwhile purchase
Amanda Armstrong
14:27
Putting money aside to save
Tierani Green
14:28
add. saving and only buying when I have cash
Zora Carroll
14:28
1. Always maintaining a reserve
Tess Aronson (she/her/hers)
14:28
thinking about how i’ll feel after a purchase
Marion Linde
14:29
putting a certain amount of my weekly money into a separate savings account with every check
Selina Yang
14:29
a weakness would be impulsively buying things
Grace Tulinsky
14:33
2. Impulse buying
Ilana Cohen
14:35
Invest a little bit of my earnings every month
Tobi Lee (she/her)
14:35
Good: investing savings, managing monthly budget
Batya Koenigsberg
14:37
I’d like to learn how to build a budget
Rebecca Bojar
14:37
reusing things until they break
Katie Hennessy
14:37
keeping a log of all my purchases/deposits
Krys McCook
14:40
Looking for cheaper more efficient options
Grace Novarr
14:40
2. i’d like to stop spending so much money on impulse food purchases
Allegra Casey
14:42
Figuring out how much money I should be spending
Noa Greenwell
14:42
1. Recording my income 2. Sticking to a budget
Crystal Yang
14:44
keep: not being a heavy spender, add: tracking how much i spend/general budgeting
Kaylan Pan
14:47
thinking if I really need or really really want something before buying clothing..also for sustainability
Evelyn Van Ness
14:50
2. I want to be able to make long term money goals so that I can travel
Ilana Cohen
14:53
Second hand shopping
Janelle Matias
14:53
keep: prioritizing needs over wants
Izabella Lizarazo
14:55
1. Separating money I can spend and separating money to save
Tanya Gaytan
15:01
try to find deals and coupons to save as much as possible
Sophia Kato
15:05
putting part of every deposit in savings // sticking to a budget
Sofia Fontaine
15:08
2. having an actual budget instead of just making sure i’m not totally broke
Claire Looney
15:08
Instead of buying lots of little unneeded things, saving up over a long time for one important thing
Rebecca Bojar
15:10
comparing prices
Elika Hashemi
15:10
I want to learn more about investing for the long-term
Miranda Karger
15:15
be better at using what I already have
Izabella Lizarazo
15:19
2. I want to create a weekly and monthly budget for myself
Phoebe Muntz
15:19
I am very cautious of the amount of money I spend and asking if I really need something but I would like to learn how to build a budget
Whitney D
15:20
Begging my parents for money
Alexandra Bilder
15:20
knowing where to save v invest
averyreed (she/her)
15:24
savings vs. checking account
Sarah Senior
15:24
1. Avoiding impulses
Rebecca Bojar
15:26
I want to learn about stocks
Allegra Casey
15:35
2. Being attracted to deals more than the actual thing I’m buying, ending up with things I don’t like that much just because of the good deal
Kaylan Pan
15:42
add: learn how to consistently save while making more money
Grace McCormick
15:44
keeping a financial spreadsheet of my spendinds
Raunak Lally
15:47
Always checking if a place has a student discount before spending
Kaylan Pan
15:55
^^stocks!
Anique Edwards
16:40
is it possible to have this slideshow shared to our emails after?
Janelle Matias
16:49
^
Liliette Quintana
16:56
^^
Victoria Gordon
17:26
Yes, we will share the slides and also you'll have access to this recording!
Maya Handa
45:27
Is there a way to access this presentation after the zoom call?
Christine Wong
45:41
I think it's being recorded
Grace Meinzer
45:43
They are going to record it
Whitney D
45:49
“Yes, we will share the slides and also you'll have access to this recording!”
Ilana Cohen
46:10
This isn’t a question but Ellevest is a great resource for financial fluency and investing for women by women
Maya Handa
46:19
Great thank you! Would this be available on the NSOP coursework website?
Krys McCook
46:30
Also M1 Finance as an app for stocks and investing!
Whitney D
46:41
Didn’t John Oliver denounce Equifax?
Victoria Gordon
46:41
yes, we will be sending this presentation to our colleagues at Student Life who will load in onto the NSOP courseworks website
Leslie Yao
52:55
Open a brokerage account
Liliette Quintana
52:56
Setting a stricter weekly budget and track my habits more.
Caroline Val
52:57
Setting a "money day" and setting a percentage to save aside
Tess Aronson (she/her/hers)
52:57
Creating a more clear cut budget
Grace Novarr
52:58
open a savings account
Nina Goldshmid
52:59
get a higher paying job, build credit score
Li Bing Appel
53:01
no online shopping
averyreed (she/her)
53:02
apply for a credit card to build credit score
Noyna Roy
53:03
Read more about investing
Annelie Hyatt
53:05
I’ll learn more about investing
Christine Wong
53:06
Track money and use cash only
Phoebe Muntz
53:07
Setting aside a weekly day and time to think about money and track my spendings
Ruby Zeidman
53:08
Try the apps you gave us and go to these events (esp the resume one)
Marion Linde
53:09
1. creating a spread sheet to track my spending 2. creating budget plans to help manage my money
Thathiny Tep
53:09
Figure out what record system works best for me
Tara Shabazaz
53:09
apply to more jobs and get a budgeting app
Amanda Armstrong
53:10
Track my income/spending more diligently, learn about stocks and investing
Tobi Lee (she/her)
53:10
Monthly budget limit, % saving from my work study or job
Claire Looney
53:11
setting aside a day each week to check my bank account, and learn about investing
Jennifer Guizar
53:11
spend less money on food
Alana Rabinowitz
53:11
budget more
Grisely Tejada Taveras
53:11
open a savings account and track my spending
Evelyn Van Ness
53:11
Create a budget with one of thaws given, and meet with a financial adviser to discuss next steps
Tess Aronson (she/her/hers)
53:11
Learning about stocks and investing
Grace Novarr
53:11
attempt to find an on-campus job
Leslie Yao
53:13
apply for credit card
Alexandra Bilder
53:13
finish opening investment account, set up weekly money time
Anushka Kulkarni
53:13
Learn about investing
Claire Ponnaiya
53:14
thinking about my money once a we’ll and investing
Sofia Rico Rozo
53:15
Look more into investing and setting a money day!
Tamia Lewis
53:15
Tracking my spending! And opening a spending account
Selina Yang
53:15
track my spending and start saving
Alex Savino
53:16
download a tracking app
Fabiha Ahmed
53:16
open a bank acount
Adele Carcano
53:17
Get an app and start budgeting
Izabella Lizarazo
53:17
Creating both a weekly and a monthly budget for myself, and reading more about money
Noa Greenwell
53:18
1. Take a week to track my spending 2. Create a set percentage for savings
Kaylan Pan
53:18
start budgeting
Ilana Cohen
53:18
Keep track of spending, find a part time job
Sadie Ellis-Caleo
53:23
percentage to set aside, apply to more jobs, track my spending
Allegra Casey
53:23
Savings and getting a credit card!
Grace Meinzer
53:24
Learn more about investing and check in with my spending
Jean Slaughter
53:24
make time in my week to think about my money
Tierani Green
53:25
get a money managing app and look for a job
Ilana Cohen
53:27
And limiting eating out
Janelle Matias
53:28
start reviewing my spending summaries and budgeting
Krys McCook
53:29
Having a money day
Chandini Singla
53:29
Track my spending and learn more about how to invest
Celeste Ramirez
53:31
setting a money day, speaking with my parents about credit card/allowance/savings account, setting a percentage for savings
Aaliyah Alcibar
53:37
learn about investing
Helen Hung
53:41
read money/personal finance blogs
Kaylan Pan
53:44
attend the workshops!
Asrah Rizvi
53:46
trying out a tracking app, applying for a credit card
Krys McCook
53:51
limit online shopping
Sarah Senior
53:52
Educate myself on money
Wynee Pintado
54:04
Learn about investing, budgeting, and reading books
Celeste Ramirez
54:05
putting athena workshops in my planner haha
Abby Ganz
54:17
Reevaluate my savings percentage
Krys McCook
54:22
^^
Daniella Donzelli Scorza
54:25
Attend and use all these resources!
Krys McCook
54:48
Going to the Athena workshops
Asrah Rizvi
56:57
i notice that some schools have their own federal credit union, and students can set up accounts and cards affiliated with their colleges — does barnard have anything similar?
Evelyn Van Ness
57:34
Are there any open office hours where we could talk with someone through finances?
Caroline Val
57:45
Beyond Barnard recently asked those of us in federal work study to submit a resume, but can we also already begin applying to work study jobs independently?
Damaris Cortorreal
57:46
what are some classes you reccomend to take to help learn the basics of financing, if you’re not going into a business major
Krys McCook
57:53
does barnard have any discount codes for downloading apps on the app store or discount codes for stores in general?
Noa Greenwell
58:41
I am currently with a small bank in my hometown, do most students switch to larger national banks when moving to Barnard or stay with their old one?
Annelie Hyatt
59:30
What should our policy be on accepting unpaid internships? Should we instead rely solely on taking paid internships and jobs to learn more about our fields?
Daniella Donzelli Scorza
59:57
Where can I find all the financial resources for low income or first gen students? (Event tickets, books, discounts on stores, discounts on eating out etc)
Anique Edwards
01:00:59
what do the online student jobs look like in general?
Misbah Sheikh
01:01:25
Just to clarify, are Barnard College jobs separate from work-study?
Janelle Matias
01:01:31
^
Tanya Gaytan
01:01:43
When can we start applying to Barnard jobs?
Tamia Lewis
01:01:54
^^
Izabella Lizarazo
01:03:44
What percentage of income should I make my emergency fund?
Catherine Sawoski
01:06:05
What ATMs are there on campus?
Roxane Carre
01:08:11
Hi! I have to go, but thank you so much for this session! I found it really insightful and useful. :)
Victoria Gordon
01:08:31
Thanks, Roxane!
Jean Slaughter
01:08:59
thank you!!
Krys McCook
01:09:06
Thank you so much!!!
Samantha Turk
01:09:08
thank you!!
Zora Carroll
01:09:09
Thank You!
Ruby Zeidman
01:09:10
Thank you so much!! This was super informative, and I’m looking forward to the upcoming sessions
Nina Goldshmid
01:09:13
very informative, thank you!
Kristen Santarin
01:09:14
Thank you so much!
Claire Looney
01:09:14
thank you!!
Mina Yamanaka
01:09:17
thank you!
Wynee Pintado
01:09:18
Thank you!!
Anique Edwards
01:09:18
thank you so much
Jemima Gedeon
01:09:19
https://barnard.edu/access-barnard
Grisely Tejada Taveras
01:09:22
Thank you!!!!
Marion Linde
01:09:23
Thank you!! Have a good evening :)
Selina Yang
01:09:30
Thank you so much!
Tierani Green
01:09:44
Thank you!
Helen Hung
01:09:55
thank you
Tobi Lee (she/her)
01:10:02
Thank you1
Tobi Lee (she/her)
01:10:05
!*
Naila Ismail
01:11:19
Thank you!
Emily Ni
01:11:21
Thank you so much!!
Noa Greenwell
01:11:25
Thank you!
Fabiha Ahmed
01:11:27
thank you!
Celeste Ramirez
01:11:31
Thank you!!!!
Jamie Xiao
01:11:37
thank you!!
Sadie Ellis-Caleo
01:11:37
Thank you so much!
Stephanie Alvarado
01:11:41
Thank you!
Ilana Cohen
01:11:41
Thank you
Damaris Cortorreal
01:11:41
thank you!
Grisely Tejada Taveras
01:11:43
Thank you!
Christine Wong
01:11:59
Thank you!