cNBC & junior achievement host virtual town hall
Experts to Answer Teens' Questions About Financial Impact of COVID-19
On April 23 from 1 pm to 2 pm ET, Junior Achievement (JA) and CNBC will be holding a Virtual Town Hall. The JA + CNBC Virtual Town Hall will address teens' questions and concerns related to the financial impact of COVID-19. The event is being made available to students, teachers, and parents seeking answers to questions like, "Why are people losing jobs?" "How will this impact my plans for college?" and "Are we going to be okay?"
To answer teens' questions, CNBC has assembled a panel of experts in the areas of economics, financial planning, financial wellness, and education. The panel's moderator is CNBC Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson.
Interested in participating? Please click below to register!
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