The journey to financial independence and a secure future begins with the knowledge and tools to support personal aspirations.
Most young people in low- and moderate-income households don’t learn much about money. They may know that their families don’t have a lot of it, but they usually don’t understand why, or how the economic system works, and what that represents in their household, community, or nation.
MentorMe has a youth financial literacy curriculum developed by Money Smart for Young People (FDIC) for students in grades 4-12. The program is delivered through partnerships with local school systems and community organizations throughout the country, at a very low cost to the student through sponsorships by our financial partners.
Led by MentorMe staff, the program teaches students money basics—budgeting, checking and savings; power of credit, and investments.
The goal of the My Money On My Mind program is to provide students with the knowledge, skills and tools necessary to enjoy financial success throughout life.
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