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Event Recap: Finding Your Fit in Financial Services. Learn. Connect. Network.

Posted By: Reginald Culpepper on October 31, 2022

Hello HBCU students and alumni,

The Financial Alliance for Racial Equity held an event Finding Your Fit in Financial Services on Wednesday, October 19th. It was inspiring to see all the college students and young professionals working toward their goals. The sponsoring firms—Advisor Group, Franklin Templeton, Nationwide, NFP, RBC Wealth Management, and Swiss Re--offered professional headshots, LinkedIn coaching, resume reviews, and interviews for internships and full-time positions. Check out these photos to see if you can find some familiar faces.









Our keynote speaker, Earn Your Leisure, emphasized the importance of sharing insights and knowledge so those around us can be empowered. In the spirit of sharing financial insights, Nationwide has put together a curated link with educational articles that can help you throughout your life, from paying off student loans, to renting an apartment, and eventually saving for retirement. It also includes links to quoting tools so you can plan for how much various insurance products may cost. Visit and bookmark our new landing page for handy tips to plan for your future. Follow Nationwide on LinkedIn and make sure to stay in touch with your FARE recruiters.



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