Students learn budgeting, reading pay stubs, and how education affects earning potential.
Money Mentors offers two financial literacy presentations to youth in non-traditional school settings. Students are taught how to develop a budget, distinguish between needs and wants, and the options for paying for post-secondary education. They also explore the relationship between education and earning potential.
Learn different ways to earn money and how to read a pay stub. Plus, explore the relationship between education and earning potential.
Learn how to develop budgets, evaluate spending habits, and determining needs and wants. Plus, learn about saving money, goal setting and options for funding post-secondary studies.