Find Out What CSI Can Do For You
Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) December 16, 2013
Computer Systems Institute (CSI) recently announced two December Financial Literacy Program workshops designed to help students in the school’s eight-month computer networking, healthcare and business career programs handle their financial obligations, including day-to-day living expenses and credit card obligations while in school as well as future repayment of student loans.
The first workshop will be held at CSI’s Chicago Loop campus on Wednesday, December 18, 2013, with separate sessions at 11AM, 3PM and 6PM. The second will be held at the Elgin campus on Thursday, December 19, 2013, with separate sessions at 12PM and 6PM, both in Lab C.
In addition to learning general financial management skills related to attending and paying for school, each attendee will have an opportunity to gain guidance specific to their unique financial situation through a Q&A session; measure their progress through a survey; and earn CSI Bucks for redemption at their respective campus.
The workshops are part of a larger CSI Financial Literacy Program created to help equip young people with important life skills required for self-sufficiency. Topics covered in other workshops include general money management, managing credit, avoiding identity theft, credit repair, and financial aid.
For more information about the Financial Literacy Program, please visit http://www.csinow.edu/about-csi/request-information or call 1.888.451.5155.
About Computer Systems Institute:
CSI offers postsecondary career programs in information technology, healthcare and business designed to be completed in less than one year, as well as English-as-a-Second-Language programs serving students from around the world. The school has four Chicago-area campuses in the Chicago Loop, Skokie, Gurnee and Elgin. Founded in 1989, CSI is accredited by the North Central Association, approved by the Division of Private Business and Vocational Schools of the Illinois Board of Higher Education, and approved by the Department of Veterans Affairs to accept the GI bill. It is also a Microsoft IT Academy and Prometric Testing Center.