A Day in the Life of a Financial Planner webinar

Colorado Technical University (CTU) is proud to announce that we are developing a series of “brown bag” informational lunches for  students, prospective students, faculty and staff. These lunches will consist of live Breeze sessions where our students can interact with the speaker and learn more about areas of interest in our University.

The first such informational lunch will take place on January  12, 2011 at 12:00 noon CST and it is titled “A Day in the Life of a Financial Planner”.

CTU has a BS - Financial Planning program that contains course work designed to familiarize our students with the many facets of financial planning. Please join us for these exciting and informational “lunches”. Hope to see you on January 12th!


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