Honolulu, HI (PRWEB) August 4, 2009
Rich Dad Hawaii announces five tuition scholarships for Kim Kiyosaki's first Rich Woman Financial Education event in Hawaii, Bringing Out the Rich Woman in You. With Hawaii's unemployment rate at 7.4 percent in June, this scholarship program has been created for locals who are currently unemployed. Lee Ann Del Carpio, Rich Dad Hawaii Franchise owner and event host, explained, "We want to give back to the community, and these scholarships can help more locals get on the road to financial freedom."
1. Rich Woman Hawaii Event - October 9, 2009
This premiere Rich Woman Hawaii event will empower women to become financially independent! With 47% of women over 50 being single, women need to take charge of their finances. Kim Kiyosaki will share her secrets for how to earn money, grow money and give money back for both new and experienced investors at this event. Kim explains, "I wrote Rich Woman because too many women, especially when we get older, are finding ourselves in dire financial straights - due to divorce, death of a spouse or simply no planning." With 58% of female baby boomers having less than $10,000 in retirement, it's time for financial education for women. The Rules of Money have changed - Knowledge is the New Money!
2. Rich Dad Hawaii Scholarship for Rich Woman Event
Rich Dad Hawaii is sponsoring five tuition scholarships to give more locals an opportunity to join this Rich Woman Community of like-minded people who refuse to be a statistic by taking charge of their money and finances. Locals are encouraged to submit an essay to explain their dreams and how this Rich Woman Event can help them achieve their financial goals. The scholarship essay submissions are due by Aug 31 by 5:00pm Hawaii time. Winners will share their stories at the Rich Woman Hawaii Event on October 9, 2009. For submission details, please visit,
3. Rich Dad Hawaii Cashflow Clubs offer Continuous Education
Javier and Lee Ann Del Carpio brought Rich Dad Financial Education to Hawaii last December, and have started nine Cashflow Clubs on the islands of Oahu, Maui, and Molokai. Locals gather each week for free to learn about money in a safe environment. Members play Robert and Kim Kiyosaki's Cashflow Game that is like monopoly with an income statement. The Rich Woman Hawaii Event will be complemented by opportunities for locals to join weekly these Rich Dad Hawaii Cashflow Clubs for continuous education.
Kim Kiyosaki got her start in business at an advertising agency in Honolulu, graduated from University of Hawaii, and is now bringing this premiere global event back to the islands. She is a sought-after speaker, television and radio talk show guest, host of a PBS Rich Woman show, along with being a columnist for WomanEntrepreneur.com. She's happily married (but fiercely independent) to Robert Kiyosaki (Author of Rich Dad Poor Dad). Her first book, Rich Woman - A Book on Investing for Women - hit the Business Week bestseller list the month it was released. In 1989, Kim began her real estate investing career by purchasing her first rental property. Today, her real estate investment company buys, sells and manages millions of dollars in property. To expand the knowledge and grow the Rich Woman Community, this Honolulu event is her next step towards helping women become financially free.
Rich Woman Event Scholarship
Scholarship Submissions: http://richdadhawaii.com/RWfreecontest.aspx
When: Fri, Oct 9, 2009
Where: Oahu, Hawaii
Register Online: http://richwoman.com/hawaii.aspx
Event phone: (808) 781-5080
For interviews about this exciting Rich Woman Hawaii event and Rich Dad Hawaii Scholarship Program, please contact:
Liz H. Kelly
Sunrise Road Communications
PR phone: 310-463-4130