Introducing On Your Own: A Personal Finance Blog for Young Adults

Post by: HSFPP

Preparing students for the real world is an essential function of a high school educator. Whether it’s teaching skills in the classroom or recommending tools to use in the future, educators are responsible for helping students thrive as young adults. However, with thousands of resources available to recommend to students, it can be difficult to know who and what to trust.

On Your Own, a sister site to HSFPP, is a nonprofit blog for young adults — presented without ads or fees of any kind — as a public service of the National Endowment for Financial Education. High school educators can confidently send students to On Your Own knowing that all information presented is free, unbiased and backed by research.

New Year, New Look

On Your Own’s fresh new look  for 2018 includes entirely new branding, content and website design aimed at providing young adults with an engaging educational experience. Personal finance doesn’t have to be boring!

Students can visit On Your Own to learn about a range of topics, including how their credit score is calculated, how to make better money decisions, and the pros and cons of college. Each article features a list of relevant, trustworthy resources.

Get Social

Encourage students to check out the On Your Own Facebook and Instagram to stay connected and up to date on the latest articles.

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