Church, school, community, and other interest groups can request a course or presentation for their group. Any Financial Pathways general financial education courses can be requested for presentation to groups who have a suitable venue and some ability to pay on a sliding scale. Grant funds may be available to support sessions for some nonprofit groups.

Employers can also request financial education learning for their employees in the workplace. The recession caused financial distress for many individuals and families. Increasingly, employers recognize that a financially stressed employee is an employee at risk for low productivity, illness, and absenteeism. Through Financial Pathways, employers in the Winston Salem area can offer one or a series of educational sessions in the workplace as a benefit to employees. Fees are determined based on course size and content.

Contact Lisa Terry at 336-896-1191 Ext 1130 or

To learn about one workplace-based partnership with Winston Salem State University, click here (will go to short description under News and Resources) and WXII video.