How to Build a Better Budget: Managing Money and Debt
In our most popular class, learn how to cut household expenses and save money for the things you really want. This class teaches practical budgeting, goal setting, and money management skills to help you build the financial life you’ve been waiting for.
In a world where everything revolves around lines of credit, how much credit is too much? Learn the basics of credit and how to make it work for you, not against you. With new regulations on consumer credit, this is a great opportunity to learn how new laws will affect your credit and financial future.
Well suited for both young and old, this class will teach you how to manage savings and checking accounts wisely. We’ll also explore banking rules and regulations so you know how to best operate within the system.
Protecting Your Personal Identity
Identity theft affects 8.1 million Americans, and losses from identity fraud total more than $37 billion. Learn how to avoid identity theft and how to restore your financial life if you become a victim.
Predatory Lending and Scams
Our economic recession has encouraged predatory lenders. This class will teach you how to recognize the signs of predatory lending and avoid predatory lending situations.
Renting Your First Home
Learn everything you need to know about renting a house, including liability, budgeting, and rental agreements.
Buying a Car
Learn how to successfully navigate the many financial pitfalls associated with buying a new car, and learn how to negotiate and manage your resources at the time of the sale.
How to Find a Job and Keep It
Get back into the job market! This class will teach you how to use employment resources in your community to find a job and keep it. Featuring hands-on activities and an interactive presentation, you will be motivated and empowered to find a job after this class.
Who Gets Grandma’s Yellow Pie Plate?
If someone died in your family, how would you divide their assets without dividing your family? Learn proven communication techniques on how to approach this subject with family members.
Designed to teach youth how much real life costs, this simulation provides participants with a job and monthly salary. They must then budget and spend according to their means. Participants will learn basic financial skills, while exploring how education, career, and relationship decisions can help or hinder their future.
Kids Kredit Kard
Send your students on a credit card spending spree and let them see firsthand how much credit costs. This simulation is designed to teach children (ages 8-13) the dangers of credit and how to use it wisely.
This reality game shows how different social classes interact with each other, even when money isn’t a factor. This is a great learning experience…and completely shocking.