Philadelphia's first annual virtual financial literacy competition will bring an innovative approach to youth violence prevention in Philadelphia. Our lessons and activities educate teens to become effective managers of their finances and achieve their future financial goals. Our cloud base platform highlights Money Talks Edu's newly published curriculum, " Road To Riches, " and offers fun gamification features that promotes youth engagement and healthy competition. With local businesses and corporate sponsors' help, we will provide weekly giveaways to the top three competitors. Top-tier schools and organizations will be recognized in local media and receive trophies.
Our leadership board measures progress and allows participants to track leading competitors' scores. Our points, badging, and gamification features are motivational tools that reward students as they learn.
We acknowledge all students with completion certificates and give the top three competitors and schools a cash rewards.
Money Talks Edu anticipates hosting a National Financial Literacy Competition that will challenge schools and youth organizations to engage in a personal finance activities that introduces learners grades 9-12 to necessary fundamentals and real-world skillset need in the 21 century.
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.