College-Level Financial Education
Give Them Everything They Need to be Successful
You’re dedicated to giving your students the tools they need to be successful adults. Understanding money is a critical part of that. And almost everyone wishes they had learned about money sooner. In fact, 63% of Americans think financial education should be offered in school1.
Avoid building a curriculum of your own. The Adulting 101 workshop covers all the financial bases – from banking basics, to credit and debt, to career readiness.
Adulting 101: Finances for the soon-to-be college graduate
This five-part series includes 30-minute sessions created to guide soon-to-be college graduates towards financial empowerment. Secure a successful transition into adulthood for your students with information on the basics of banking and credit, how to budget, and tips on preparing for job interviews.
How to use a Checking and Savings Account properly – plus how to manage those accounts to avoid service fees.
▸ Creating a Budget
Successfully manage finances – especially with paychecks coming in – with clear financial goals and a solid budget.
Credit and debt are facts of life…and learning what credit is and how to use it responsibly can mean the difference between financial success and financial stress.
▸ Managing Debt
There’s a way to effectively accrue and manage debt to build credit and prepare for life’s major purchases.
▸Preparing for Your First Career
Build a winning resume and rock the interview in the first step towards building your career.