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Financial Fitness for H.S. Students - I Day Seminar
In this one day seminar, we’ll cover the foundational elements of personal finance. Your students will come out of the class with a deeper understanding of how to better manage their money now and as adults.
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In this 2 hour seminar, we will be going over many of the things we all “wished we new” before heading into the world. As young people getting ready to head to college, the trades or off on some other type of adventure, one thing that will be vital to your future will be your understanding of money and how it works. How it REALLY works. The fact is, we live in a world where there are a million ways to screw up your financial life before you’re even legally allowed to buy a drink. The old...
This class is taught in English.
By the end of the seminal, students should understand what constitutes a solid financial system for their personal finances. This will include having and maintaining a bank account, ways to earn money, an understanding of debt and it's potential consequences, what credit is, the potential traps represented by student loans and an understanding of financial scams.
Certified teacher in Colorado & New Mexico. ABE Personal Finance instructor San Juan College.
An optional assessment will be included. There is no requirement to complete it. It is strictly for the learners own records.
2 hours per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parents should know we will be discussing topics such as credit, credit reporting agencies, consumer protection laws, student loans (and their unique structure in the financial world) whether or not college is financially "worth it," potential financial scams, etc. There will be no overt discussion of politics, however, within the current administration is a debate around forgiving some student loan obligations.
"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." - Nelson Mandela
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
Hi! I'm Daniel. I have over 25 years experience in education, IT and manufacturing. I spent 15 years in the classroom before moving into Educational Technology. I teach writing, math and financial literacy as well as the occasional one-off class....