Lessons for students in high school or grades 9 through 12.
Compound Interest and the Rule of 72
Have your child learn about how interest works. Your child will see how interest can be a part of saving for their future.
Learn about famous entrepreneurs and some of the traits that made them successful.
Have your child learn about different expenses they might need to plan for and how to make a basic budget.
Financing Your Future - FAFSA
Is your student considering college after graduation? As they weigh their options, explore what the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is and how your family might use this tool to help your student reach their educational goals.
Your First Interview
In the workplace the way you dress, talk, and even use your body language can affect your ability to succeed. Practice strong communication and presentation skills with your student to prepare them for their first job interview!
Elevator Pitch Perfect.
Work with your student to define and develop their self-promotion skills for future interviews with employers or colleges! After this activity, your child will be empowered to go after their next step to success.
Prep for a great first interview.
Learn crucial skills to land your first job. Practice what you've learned and grow your confidence by setting up a mock-Interview with an adult family member or friend.