header image 9 ways student organizations build better money habits

In a time when young adults are underprepared to manage complex financial decisions, but overconfident in their ability to do so, how and where do youth develop financial literacy? Student financial education experiences vary for a variety of reasons. Youth organizations fill the gaps, especially when the varied experiences and circumstances of club members are taken into consideration.

 

Tools for Business Educators to Empower Teens with Financial Skills

Nonprofit. Noncommercial. Free Since 1984.

Business educators specialize in teaching students how to weigh the costs and benefits of each personal finance decision, a skill that will have a long-term personal and professional impact.

HSFPP provides educators with a completely turnkey curriculum designed to be relevant to the lives of teens, Grades 8-12. The program includes:

  • Free high-quality curriculum
  • Turnkey instructor materials
  • Shipped directly to your school
  • Relevant for teens
  • Noncommercial and unbiased

 

Join our webinar

Multiple times a month HSFPP hosts a live 45-minute introduction webinar to take new advocates and instructors on a tour of the teaching materials, program learning outcomes, and format.

It's easy to participate. On the registration page simply choose the date and time that works for you.