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Recommended for ages 11-13

Learners will explore how to make informed consumer decisions through role-playing exercises. They will learn to build positive spending habits with real-world practice examples.

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

This online webinar is also available for private coordination for schools, groups, businesses and community organizations. Please contact [email protected] to learn more.  

HABITS for Smarts Consumer Spending
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 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 15-18

Participate in the creation and implementation of a realistic budget through a simulated experience. An occupation, income, and obligatory expenses are assigned with a spending plan. Learn to record all transactions using a spend/debit register. Debrief on personal experiences and skills acquired to create and enhance your own budget.

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

mad city money text with decorative graphics
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)

Recommended for ages 14+

Develop sustainable short-term, mid-term, and long-term goals that fit into your timeline for living a good life. Explore research around self-determination theory and learn how happiness plays into financial well-being and S.M.A.R.T.E.R. goals to help create financial security.

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

Goals
0.75 hour(s)

Recommended for ages 18+

Explore current scams and review practical tips to better understand and identify the difference between  a scam, fraud, and identity theft. Learn what to avoid, how to protect yourself, and take positive action to report incidents and file a complaint.  

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

Scams
0.75 hour(s)

Recommended for ages 14+

Familiarize yourself, family, or friends with the benefits of using a bank or credit union, how you can open an account, features of a checking versus a savings account, and benefits to having a personal bank account. Explore eligibility requirements, challenges that may arise when opening an account, and key questions to ask a financial institution prior to opening an account. 

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

Accounts
0.75 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 15-18

Explore costs related to funding higher education. Navigate the financial aid process (FAFSA) and develop strategies to pay for college by evaluating current and future financial means as compared to anticipated financial commitment. Discussion on the hidden costs of college and possible financial resources available are outlined. Parents or guardians of the student who will be applying for financial aid are strongly encouraged to attend.

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

cartoon graduation cap
1.50 hour(s)