Early Career Track Schedule and Registration

Flash Forward 2018

You're one step closer to developing your personalized financial plan.

Presentations delivered by representatives from Employee Services, Wells Fargo, PERA and TIAA will cover topics most important to you.

Want to speak one-on-one with specialists from each presentation? Financial booths will be available during the event. Get your personal questions answered, snap up informational material and play games that will help you get a better picture of your financial future.

To view schedules and sign up, select the campus session you'd like to attend.

CU Boulder

CU Boulder

Tuesday, Feb. 27
Time and Location Presentation Description Hosted By Register
11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

University Memorial Center

Glenn Miller Ballroom

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Student Loans, Credit and Money Management So, you've finally graduated. Do you know what to expect with student loan repayment?

This presentation covers different repayment plans, options, and major factors people use to choose the options best for them.
Wells Fargo Register
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.

University Memorial Center

Glenn Miller Ballroom

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PERA Fundamentals Planning for your future can seem daunting. To help simplify the process, this discussion gets down to the basics about your PERA account and saving for retirement.

Topics include:
  • Information about annual benefit increases
  • What happens upon terminating PERA-covered employment
  • How a PERA monthly lifetime benefit is calculated
  • Built-in survivor and disability benefits
  • How to access 401(k) and 457 voluntary tax-deferred savings plans
  • Post-retirement health insurance plans
PERA Register
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.

University Memorial Center

Glenn Miller Ballroom

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Basics of CU's Retirement Plans Retirement can be complicated, but selecting retirement plans that help you reach your savings goals doesn't need to be.

During this presentation, Employee Services will discuss how you can utilize and maximize your CU retirement savings options.

Topics include:
  • Mandatory plans such as PERA and the 401(a)
  • Voluntary tax-deferred savings plans 403(b), 401(k) and 457
  • How a Health Savings Account (HSA) can be used to help you save more
Employee Services Register
1:45-2:45 p.m.

University Memorial Center

Glenn Miller Ballroom

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The Starting Line: Why and how retirement saving should begin now Retirement may not be in your immediate future, but time flies. Why not start preparing today?

This presentation discusses the importance of planning early, maximizing your retirement plan contributions, and how understanding asset allocation principles affects the management of financial objectives.
TIAA Register

Financial Booths

Time and Location Participants
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
University Memorial Center
Glenn Miller Ballroom

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Employee Services Benefits
TIAA
PERA
Elevations Credit Union
Colorado 529
Wells Fargo

CU Colorado Springs

CU Colorado Springs

Thursday, March 1
Time and Location Presentation Description Hosted By Register
11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

University Center

Room 302

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Student Loans, Credit and Money Management So, you've finally graduated. Do you know what to expect with student loan repayment?

This presentation covers different repayment plans, options, and major factors people use to choose the options best for them.
Wells Fargo Register
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.

University Center

Room 302

Get directions
PERA Fundamentals Planning for your future can seem daunting. To help simplify the process, this discussion gets down to the basics about your PERA account and saving for retirement.

Topics include:
  • Information about annual benefit increases
  • What happens upon terminating PERA-covered employment
  • How a PERA monthly lifetime benefit is calculated
  • Built-in survivor and disability benefits
  • How to access 401(k) and 457 voluntary tax-deferred savings plans
  • Post-retirement health insurance plans
PERA Register
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.

University Center

Room 302

Get directions
Basics of CU's Retirement Plans Retirement can be complicated, but selecting retirement plans that help you reach your savings goals doesn't need to be.

During this presentation, Employee Services will discuss how you can utilize and maximize your CU retirement savings options.

Topics include:
  • Mandatory plans such as PERA and the 401(a)
  • Voluntary tax-deferred savings plans 403(b), 401(k) and 457
  • How a Health Savings Account (HSA) can be used to help you save more
Employee Services Register
1:45-2:45 p.m.

University Center

Room 302

Get directions
The Starting Line: Why and how retirement saving should begin now Retirement may not be in your immediate future, but time flies. Why not start preparing today?

This presentation discusses the importance of planning early, maximizing your retirement plan contributions, and how understanding asset allocation principles affects the management of financial objectives.
TIAA Register

Financial Booths

Time and Location Participants
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
University Center
Room 303

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Employee Services Benefits
TIAA
PERA
Ent Credit Union
Colorado 529
Wells Fargo

CU Anschutz

CU Anschutz

Tuesday, March 6
Time and Location Presentation Description Hosted By Register
11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

Research 2
Second Floor

Krugman Conference Hall

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Student Loans, Credit and Money Management So, you've finally graduated. Do you know what to expect with student loan repayment?

This presentation covers different repayment plans, options, and major factors people use to choose the options best for them.
Wells Fargo Register
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.

Research 2
Second Floor

Krugman Conference Hall

Get directions
PERA Fundamentals Planning for your future can seem daunting. To help simplify the process, this discussion gets down to the basics about your PERA account and saving for retirement.

Topics include:
  • Information about annual benefit increases
  • What happens upon terminating PERA-covered employment
  • How a PERA monthly lifetime benefit is calculated
  • Built-in survivor and disability benefits
  • How to access 401(k) and 457 voluntary tax-deferred savings plans
  • Post-retirement health insurance plans
PERA Register
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.

Research 2
Second Floor

Krugman Conference Hall

Get directions
Basics of CU's Retirement Plans Retirement can be complicated, but selecting retirement plans that help you reach your savings goals doesn't need to be.

During this presentation, Employee Services will discuss how you can utilize and maximize your CU retirement savings options.

Topics include:
  • Mandatory plans such as PERA and the 401(a)
  • Voluntary tax-deferred savings plans 403(b), 401(k) and 457
  • How a Health Savings Account (HSA) can be used to help you save more
Employee Services Register
1:45-2:45 p.m.

Research 2
Second Floor

Krugman Conference Hall

Get directions
The Starting Line: Why and how retirement saving should begin now Retirement may not be in your immediate future, but time flies. Why not start preparing today?

This presentation discusses the importance of planning early, maximizing your retirement plan contributions, and how understanding asset allocation principles affects the management of financial objectives.
TIAA Register

Financial Booths

Time and Location Participants
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Research 2
Second Floor
Lobby outside of Krugman Conference Hall

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Employee Services Benefits
TIAA
PERA
Public Service Credit Union
Colorado 529
Wells Fargo

CU System

CU System

Wednesday, March 7
Time and Location Presentation Description Hosted By Register
11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

1800 Grant Street

Room 501

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Student Loans, Credit and Money Management So, you've finally graduated. Do you know what to expect with student loan repayment?

This presentation covers different repayment plans, options, and major factors people use to choose the options best for them.
Wells Fargo Register
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.

1800 Grant Street

Room 501

Get directions
PERA Fundamentals Planning for your future can seem daunting. To help simplify the process, this discussion gets down to the basics about your PERA account and saving for retirement.

Topics include:
  • Information about annual benefit increases
  • What happens upon terminating PERA-covered employment
  • How a PERA monthly lifetime benefit is calculated
  • Built-in survivor and disability benefits
  • How to access 401(k) and 457 voluntary tax-deferred savings plans
  • Post-retirement health insurance plans
PERA Register
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.

1800 Grant Street

Room 501

Get directions
Basics of CU's Retirement Plans Retirement can be complicated, but selecting retirement plans that help you reach your savings goals doesn't need to be.

During this presentation, Employee Services will discuss how you can utilize and maximize your CU retirement savings options.

Topics include:
  • Mandatory plans such as PERA and the 401(a)
  • Voluntary tax-deferred savings plans 403(b), 401(k) and 457
  • How a Health Savings Account (HSA) can be used to help you save more
Employee Services Register
1:45-2:45 p.m.

1800 Grant Street

Room 501

Get directions
The Starting Line: Why and how retirement saving should begin now Retirement may not be in your immediate future, but time flies. Why not start preparing today?

This presentation discusses the importance of planning early, maximizing your retirement plan contributions, and how understanding asset allocation principles affects the management of financial objectives.
TIAA Register

Financial Booths

Time and Location Participants
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
1800 Grant Street
Room 501

Get directions
Employee Services Benefits
TIAA
PERA
Public Service Credit Union
Colorado 529
Wells Fargo

CU Denver

CU Denver

Thursday, March 8
Time and Location Presentation Description Hosted By Register
11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

CU Building

eMBA Suite 150 Auditorium

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Student Loans, Credit and Money Management So, you've finally graduated. Do you know what to expect with student loan repayment?

This presentation covers different repayment plans, options, and major factors people use to choose the options best for them.
Wells Fargo Register
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.

CU Building

eMBA Suite 150 Auditorium

Get directions
PERA Fundamentals Planning for your future can seem daunting. To help simplify the process, this discussion gets down to the basics about your PERA account and saving for retirement.

Topics include:
  • Information about annual benefit increases
  • What happens upon terminating PERA-covered employment
  • How a PERA monthly lifetime benefit is calculated
  • Built-in survivor and disability benefits
  • How to access 401(k) and 457 voluntary tax-deferred savings plans
  • Post-retirement health insurance plans
PERA Register
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.

CU Building

eMBA Suite 150 Auditorium

Get directions
Basics of CU's Retirement Plans Retirement can be complicated, but selecting retirement plans that help you reach your savings goals doesn't need to be.

During this presentation, Employee Services will discuss how you can utilize and maximize your CU retirement savings options.

Topics include:
  • Mandatory plans such as PERA and the 401(a)
  • Voluntary tax-deferred savings plans 403(b), 401(k) and 457
  • How a Health Savings Account (HSA) can be used to help you save more
Employee Services Register
3:00 - 4:00 p.m.

CU Building

eMBA Suite 150 Auditorium

Get directions
The Starting Line: Why and how retirement saving should begin now Retirement may not be in your immediate future, but time flies. Why not start preparing today?

This presentation discusses the importance of planning early, maximizing your retirement plan contributions, and how understanding asset allocation principles affects the management of financial objectives.
TIAA Register

Financial Booths

Time and Location Participants
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
CU Building, 1250 14th St.
Suite 150
eMBA Conference Room

Get directions
Employee Services Benefits
TIAA
PERA
Public Service Credit Union
Colorado 529
Wells Fargo