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Youth Programs

Youth Financial Camp

Our free, award-winning camp focuses on age-appropriate interactive lessons and activities to teach various personal finance topics.

Understanding Finances

It’s never too early to start learning about finances. Kids going into grades 3-8 are invited to join our experts in learning about smart money management. Through hands-on activities and games, participants will improve their understanding of complex topics, such as budgeting, credit, and investing.

Our award-winning camps offer multiple sessions at various locations throughout the summer. Kids receive all the supplies they need, including a t-shirt, drawstring bag, and pencil. Snacks and drinks are also provided. Plus, there are fun prizes and giveaways too!

Check back in Spring 2024 for Youth Financial Camp 2024 details. In the meantime, check out pictures of all the fun from our most recent Youth Camps and explore additional resources below to help your little ones learn important money skills.

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High School Financial Boot Camp

Learn about our free Financial Boot Camp for teens going into grades 9-12! They’ll get a crash course in a variety of financial topics to help them develop smart money management skills.

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Who We Are

Youth Programs

We understand how important finances are. That’s why we offer programs that help kids and teens develop and improve financial capability.


Raising Money-Smart Kids Resources

Help raise money-smart kids with these resources.

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Life Guidance for:

Family & Finances

As your family grows or changes, you’ll need to reimagine your finances. No matter what stage of life you’re in – getting married, having a baby, or raising money-smart kids – we’ve got you covered.

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Life Guidance for:

Raising Money-Smart Kids

Talking to kids about money is not only acceptable but also encouraged. Use our tips to help your child understand and practice age-appropriate money management skills.

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