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Recommended for ages 9 - 12

Create and explore your feelings and ideas on basic financial decisions and philanthropy. Self-reflect to determine how you can share your skills and talents to make a positive impact in your community.

To create the optimal experience, each session is limited to 100 participants.

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1.50 hour(s)

Recommended for ages 9 - 12

Participants discuss making responsible financial decisions while looking at their personal aspirations in the context of how to make the world a better place. They contemplate trade-offs, emergency funds, and the importance of planning and designing a budget. Participants learn key financial concepts and form positive attitudes and behaviors that can help them become financially capable young adults.

To create the optimal experience, each session is limited to 100 participants.

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1.50 hour(s)

Recommended for Ages 5-8

Using the book, Joe the Monkey Saves for a Goal by John Lanza, youth will make decisions about how to spend, share, and save money. Following reading and discussion, children are encouraged to create their own save jar and to establish a financial goal. 

To create the optimal experience, each session is limited to 100 participants.

cartoon monkey holding a change jar
1.00 hour(s)

Recommended for ages 9 - 12

Learn what it means to be a business owner and how entrepreneurship is an available career option. Expand your ability to solve problems and think critically while learning relevant vocabulary, the role of a financial institution (i.e.: a credit union or bank), essential financial concepts, and how to project costs and establish product pricing for your start-up business. 

To create the optimal experience, each session is limited to 100 participants.

cartoon picture of the earth
1.50 hour(s)

Recommended for ages 9 - 12

Integrate math, science, and technology to create opportunities for making informed decisions and to explore solving social concerns, such as hunger.  Seek answers on how to feed the community through growing sustainable food. Three types of gardens, concepts of money, and making trade-offs in relationship to a budget are discussed. Work in teams, share learning experience, brainstorm, and compare various ideas based on a common theme.

To create the optimal experience, each session is limited to 100 participants.

chart of vegetables
1.50 hour(s)

Recommended for ages 9 - 12

Create a heart map as you explore your own passion and drive to make a positive social impact. Apply elements of math and art to make informed financial decisions while following your  passion. Discuss trade-offs and budgeting and share ideas and solutions for real-world challenges.

To create the optimal experience, each session is limited to 100 participants.

heart compass
1.50 hour(s)

Recommended for ages 11 - 13

Explore what it takes to be an entrepreneur by creating your own business or product concept. Learn basic banking and terms associated with savings and checking accounts. A metaphoric visioning activity is incorporated to help with future financial aspirations.

To create the optimal experience, each session is limited to 100 participants.

cartoon of boy jumping a car
1.50 hour(s)

Recommended for Ages 14-17

Explore the key differences between wants and needs and discuss opportunity costs and trade-offs. Learn to write personal checks and record transactions in a check register.  Key differences and appropriate uses of debit cards, credit cards, and cash are discussed.  

To create the optimal experience, each session is limited to 100 participants.

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1.50 hour(s)

Recommended for ages 10-16

Identify what it takes to become financially independent by setting S.M.A.R.T.E.R. goals, creating a written financial plan, and distinguishing between needs and wants. Explore how investing in your own personal human capital can increase the likelihood of career success. Working in teams, participants will develop a creative presentation synthesizing their knowledge of the targeted financial and goal-setting concepts and skills.

To create the optimal experience, each session is limited to 100 participants.

financial icons shaped like a head
1.50 hour(s)

Recommended for ages 14-17

Participants will be exposed to key concepts about paychecks, such as: the differences between gross and net income, details on pay stub (i.e. payroll deductions, and taxes), and payroll forms such as the I-9, W-2, and W-4.  

To create the optimal experience, each session is limited to 100 participants.

cartoon hand holding a dollar and text reading my first job
1.50 hour(s)