Dennis Trittin for the Huffington Post - Preparing Yourself for Your Child's Graduation
Let's face it; when we envisioned having children, the last thing we parents had on our minds was a graduating teenager! Most of us thought about things like Little League, piano recitals and teaching them to ride a bike. Launching an 18-year-old into the real world? Not so much.
What I Wish I Knew at 18 Student Survey
Pre- and post-course survey for the What I Wish I Knew at 18 Leadership and LifeSkills course
How to Be an MVP Employee - Article
Whether you’re on a summer job or working in your new career, discover what it takes to be an MVP employee!
Outperforming: A Hallmark of Success
FCCLA Adviser Article (Winter 2014)by Dennis Trittin & Arlyn Lawrence
"Is Your Child Really Ready for College?"
Article in The Daily Parent
Times Villager article - Nov 5, 2011
Dennis Trittin to share life lessons for financial stability - By Judy Dixon Hebbe for the Times Villager
Father’s Message to Son Grows into Life Skills Book
When Dennis Trittin’s son, Michael, was getting ready to leave for college, Trittin felt he needed a way to prepare him for what’s to come in life. A life wisdom message of sorts...
Cover of Gig Harbor Life Weekly
Dennis Trittin on the cover of Gig Harbor Life Weekly: Feb 18, 2011. The issue includes the story of how Dennis came to write What I Wish I Knew at 18: Life Lessons for the Road Ahead. (Adobe PDF)
Everything Kids Need to Know to Achieve Success in Life
GIG HARBOR, Wash. – February 1, 2011 – It’s finally here! This is the book all parents wish they could hand to their 18-year old as he or she is walking out the door into the “real world.” What I Wish I knew at 18: Life Lessons for the Road Ahead by Dennis Trittin is an engaging, comprehensive, and conversational toolbox full of life lessons, tips, and practical wisdom---
Financial literacy takes center stage at Lighthouse
As balancing budgets becomes an intense battle in nearly every arena, children at Lighthouse Christian School in Gig Harbor are learning the basics of financial planning, thanks to Dennis Trittin, who retired from a career in investments to...