After college, I had an urge to go on a big adventure. We were in the early days of the global financial crisis and the supply of traditional entry-level jobs and paid internships had evaporated. So, in the middle of that economic storm, I decided to move to South America and become an English teacher.
Students, parents, and faculty nationwide will have to redefine their image of what the typical “college experience” will look like this fall, as many classes go remote and off-campus for the safety of everyone due to COVID-19.
The financial toll of the COVID-19 pandemic is being felt by everyone, including young children. It’s natural to want to shield them from the hard reality we’re all going through. But this is a great opportunity to talk to your kids about money.