Financial Literacy for High School Students @ Community Teamwork, Inc

Financial Literacy and Leadership Summer Institute

for High School Students

 

The Financial Literacy and Leadership Summer Institute will teach the fundamental knowledge of personal finance to high school students.  Students will learn how to budget, handle credit cards, and how to set and achieve financial goals. They will also learn how personal choices determine their roles as individuals in the greater economy and how the greater economy influences the decisions they make. They will learn to make informed decisions as they will learn to explore the opportunity cost associated with each consumer choice. This knowledge will give them the confidence to successfully navigate the major financial decisions to come.

Students will meet for two days:

Dates: July 20 & July 22            Time: 9:00am-12:00pm

Curriculum will include the following topics:

Day 1- Money Management                                              Debt Management

•  Track daily spending habits                                     •  Understanding credit reports

•  Identify ways to decrease spending                          •  Credit cards

•  Identify possible ways to increase income                  •  Loans

•  Identify budgeting tools that will  help                       •  Managing Debt

you manage your bills

•  Learn how to create a plan to achieve

financial goals

Day 2- Consumer Economics

How personal choices determine our roles as individuals in the greater economy and how the greater economy influences the decisions we make. These greater influences can be positive or negative depending on how we respond to them. Students will learn to make informed decisions as they will learn to explore the opportunity cost associated with each consumer choice.

To register your child, call for an application OR visit click on www.surveymonkey.com/s/FB2K72X

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