EDUCATIONAL WORKSHOP PLAYPENSION
This Wednesday, January 13, the PlayPension activity was carried out with 1st and 2nd year FPB students.
This activity consists of a board game that serves to make young people aware of the importance of long-term savings. During the activity the students learn to manage the family budget in the least way, that is, saving.
To carry out the activity, we have connected telematically with an educator from the MAPFRE foundation who has been explaining the rules of the game to us. The students have been divided into 5 families and have been calculating what they would have saved for their retirement. The winning family has been the one that has managed to make the best return on their income.
The activity has been very instructive and enjoyable.
It has been organized by Alicia, the institute's counselor.