Recently our Intern, Kendall Crepeau, conducted a Zoom discussion with Allison Demirjian, an MFF Fellow (Alumni) who has successfully completed our Fundamentals of Financial Literacy and Fundamentals of Investing Program. In this interview, Kendall asks Allison about... Read more
By: Lyndsey Ducharme, MFF Fellow & Mom of Twins Money has been my least favorite subject, with school following close behind. So how did I end up taking the Financial Literacy course at MFF? This course is the beginning to my family’s new life. In order for my... Read more
Inside New York City – On a Budget By: Kendall Crepeau, MFF Intern It all started on a normal night, catching up with my really good friend, Adam. We were just talking about the usual-music, my recent birthday, really anything that best friends talk about. And... Read more
LinkedIn Seminar – 3 Things I Learned By: Kendall Crepeau, MFF Intern First, a big thank you! Thank you to Krystal Hicks, Founder of JOBTALK, for hosting this free LinkedIn Seminar! In this seminar, Krystal goes into detail about how to optimize LinkedIn.com to... Read more
By: Liam Deselle, 2016 Pioneer – MFF Fellow What will Malls look like in 5 years? The local mall in Manchester, NH is undergoing a big change with Sears gone and Dick’s Sporting Goods coming in soon, but how long will it last? Millennials make three in five of... Read more
By: Liam Deselle, 2016 Pioneer – MFF Fellow Liam and his Dad, Andy, like to read and discuss business news. Then they compile a list of the ones they feel will be a good read for and will benefit other Fellows. ~Enjoy Trade Wars We have certainly heard a lot... Read more
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