My MoneyLife!

A program for students ages 13 years and older that provides a hands-on financial literacy simulation that gives a taste of real-world financial challenges in a fun, interactive setting.

My MoneyLife! is a large-format, experiential, real-life simulation where volunteers and school administrators and teachers help students learn what it takes to manage life as a 27-year young working professional.

Offered in partnership with schools, community organizations and agencies, My MoneyLife! gives young people (middle school to college age) the opportunity to imagine their lives as young employed adults. They are given random occupations, they find out their incomes and then are required to estimate takes to begin the simulation.  Then then visit tables and interact with adult volunteers as they make common spending decisions.

Through the learning exercise, they learn about managing money, living within their means, identifying spending priorities, saving and dealing with unexpected expenses.

If you would like to know more, please contact us.

FAST Track

A program for high school students in partnership with the National Association of Security Professionals

The FAST (Finance And Scholastic Training) Track Program is a eight-month program that prepares the student for future success by helping them to build their personal road-map to the future and allowing them to explore different careers.

We expose the students to professionals and leaders of local businesses while enabling them to develop skills to work in peer groups and to become effective public speakers. We focus on personal self-sufficiency, post-secondary learning and personal financial responsibility. A cornerstone of our program shows the student how to take-charge and develop their own vision of their future.

Money Wise

A program to support business-focused student organizations at Atlanta area colleges

Our MoneyWize program supports student organizations at Atlanta area colleges and universities. We provide facilitators for workshops covering topics such as credit management, budgeting, and retirement planning. The sessions are designed to be relevant to young people who are beginning their professional careers. We currently provide support for organizations on the campuses of the Atlanta University Center and are looking to add additional partnerships around the city of Atlanta.

If you are part of a student-run organization and would like to know more, please contact us.