Did you know in 83 of 97 urban cities in America, over 85% of African American and Hispanic students that attend public schools qualify as poor or low-income.
Money Talks Edu is a solution for inner-city youth growing up in poverty today. We’re giving them the financial literacy skills they need to break the cycle of generational poverty.
Our mission is to ensure that personal finance-focused programs and professional development resources are affordable and accessible to teens in underserved schools and communities is powerful and could change the way the next generation of youths view society and shape the world.
At Money Talks Edu, We're helping Youth Beat Poverty! Join the movement!
Our board of directors consists of educators, community activists, and parents who equip teens with relevant life skills to become accountable, financially literate young professionals who can compete in the real world.
Our financial wellness coaches and instructors are dedicated financial experts who believe the accessibility to financial literacy and professional development are the two most beneficial resolutions to underserved communities' socio-economic obstacles.
We extend our financial services, personal finance programs and business networks, financial literacy resources to our clients, affiliates, and youth scholars.
We believe that economic development, financial literacy, entrepreneurial development are the most beneficial resolutions to the socio-economic obstacles that challenge youths and adults in underserved communities.
We believe teaching students how to manage their finances in their early adolescent years will help them avoid long-term financial hardships such as bad credit, bankruptcy, repossessions, homelessness, etc.
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Teens are too young to have bad credit , yet if you don't teach them how to manage their finances when they are young. They will grow up embarrassed and in economic distress, questioning why no one taught them the vital money management skillsets needed to manage their lives.