Some frequently asked questions.
What is the cost of the program?
A core part of our mission is to make financial knowledge accessible to everyone so all our programs are free and open to anyone.
What is the recommended age group for participants?
For our Middle School Financial Literacy Crash Course the recommended age group is anyone in Middle School however, individuals in elementary school are welcome to attend.
For our High School Financial Literacy Crash Course the recommended age group is anyone in High School.
For our Advanced Financial Literacy Course, there isn't a recommended age group and anyone is welcome to join.
How is the program conducted in an online format?
All of our programs are conducted through Zoom, a free video-conferencing application. Once you register, prior to the start date, we send all the required details so you can join the program.
We also have adapted our curriculum and teaching to ensure participants are engaged and the workshops are interactive.
What does the program cover?
The program covers the 5 key aspects of financial literacy; managing, saving, growing, investing and protecting your money. Read more about it on our Programs page.
What happens after the program is done?
After each of our programs, we send out a summary of the concepts that were covered and provide a plethora of resources for continued learning. We also are working on advanced financial literacy sessions and bi-monthly events which participants can also attend.