The Office of the State Treasurer (OST) is excited to present financial education opportunities for the public to participate in around the state. Find information about events and links to resources on this page. Additional opportunities will be added as they become available.
Sign up to participate using the links below, or you can reach out to OST Financial Education Coordinator John McKenney with questions. Email John at email@example.com or call with questions at 360-890-2060.
View the schedule below and sign up for our upcoming Financial Wellness 101 workshops — brought to you at no cost by the Office of the State Treasurer and WorkSource Washington. Attendees can participate in-person at WorkSource of Thurston County or attend online — so no matter where you are in Washington you are welcome to participate! Each month, the State Treasurer’s Financial Education Coordinator hosts three different free workshops focused on budgeting, credit & debt, and consumer cautions.
The budgeting workshop teaches how to set financial goals and create a budgeting plan.
The credit & debt workshop details how to build and improve your credit history and make a debt payoff plan.
The consumer cautions workshop teaches techniques to start budgeting conversations with your family and avoid identity theft.