Project LYFT is a federally funded program to establish community learning centers that offer academic and enrichment opportunities to youth, particularly students who attend high-poverty and low-performing schools.
Money Talks Edu's Financial Health & Wellness Workshops help teenager identify habits that can strengthen or diminish their money management skills.
Lesson and Activities are always RICH ( Relevant, Informative, Comprehensive and Helpful.
Program Evaluation & Outcomes Evaluation
We will evaluate our success based on the following outcomes:
• 90% of the students who complete the course will demonstrate financial literacy through testing and evaluations.
• 90% of the students who complete the program will demonstrate through pre and post-self-assessments the belief that wealth is possible regardless of past or current circumstances.
• 90% of the students who complete the course will reverse negative associations with money with positive associations and values of money.
3-Day Money Camp For Teens
Money Talks Edu financial literacy competition encourages children to learn about money, the value of money, the use of money, and the importance of understanding money as an asset to use on their behalf.
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.