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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 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 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)
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Recommended for Ages 18+

Become familiar with several elements of home buying, such as: the roles of the realtor, home inspector, loan officer, buyer and seller. Explore the broad impact a home purchase can have on personal finances and identify financial preparation steps needed for success.  Tips related to the property, the transaction, and the move, as well as advantages/disadvantages of home buying are covered.

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

illustrated home with a for sale sign
1.50 hour(s)
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Recommended for ages 18+

Apply the 50-30-20 rule for determining fixed expenses, flexible spending, and financial goals. Explore the benefits of developing a written spending plan, how to track income and expenses, and strategies for record keeping through a scenario-based applied learning approach. 

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

water can sitting next to a money tree
1.50 hour(s)

Recommended for ages 18+

Have you thought about your creative talents and a need to find a primary source of income or generate more income? Learn about ways to capture your talent, quantify your hourly value, costs to consider, and other pivotal questions. Explore how to create clarity in the scope of work that you venture to do, building a portfolio of references, and financial variables to consider. It’s a strategy, but is it for you? Join the conversation!

Gig Economy: Budgeting Inconsistent Income. How to explore if freelancing is your future lifestyle
0.75 hour(s)

Recommended for Ages 18+

Develop an effective debt pay-down strategy. Gain an understanding for debt levels and reflect on what is considered good debt and bad debt. A basic budgeting framework is also discussed. 

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.  

Football laying on a football field
1.50 hour(s)
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Recommended for ages 15+

Young adults participate in an energetic pricing game experience and are introduced to expenses associated with being independent and establishing a household. Learners will make comparisons and financial decisions in practical scenarios and identify trade-offs (cost savings) and opportunity costs. Themes of using credit responsibly, following a monthly budget, and cost awareness are explored to learn how to prioritize needs and wants and pursue personal financial capability.

Board game pieces on a gameboard starting line
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

Learners create a dynamic adventure-based storyline by guiding our friend Finn through a series of spending, saving, sharing, and earning experiences. Watch the story unfold as youth practice problem-solving and critical thinking to make financial decisions while prioritizing needs and wants. Relevant math illustrations are used to visually explain the result of each scenario in the story, as decisions are made in real time by participants.

cartoon creature walking down a city street
1.00 hour(s)
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