Life After Bowdoin: A Crash Course on Practical Skills, Part II: Personal Finance

This year for the first time, President of Bowdoin College Barry Mills launched a four-part series to help expose seniors to some of the logistics of life after college. In this session, Rya Conrad-Bradshow of The Fullbridge Program tackled personal finances and budgeting — those important next steps after landing one’s first job. She counseled students on what percentage of their income they should spend on housing, how to manage their credit cards and credit scores, how to stay within their budgets and other practical money tips.

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