Wheaton Investment Association
Posted on September 13, 2010
The Wheaton Investment Association is responsible for educating its members on personal finance, investing in general, and preparing for internships/jobs in the financial industry. Our club holds a portfolio of about $5,800 in stocks, of which the funds were originally donated by a Wheaton alum. The club uses these funds as an education tool by providing real-life experience in buying and selling securities. In addition to using these funds as an education tool, we also meet weekly to provide helpful seminars and workshops on personal finance (such as credit cards and IRAs).