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The Financial Literacy Boot Camp is partnering with the non-profit Step By Step to pilot a series of five-day summer camps in the Charleston (WV) area.
Free Classroom materials for teaching financial literacy to high school students
U.S. News & World Report
2017 student credit card survey and guide
- 2017 Survey: Nearly Half of Students Aren’t Taught About Credit Cards Before Getting One
- How Credit Cards Work
- The Costs of Credit Cards
- Types of Student Cards
- Credit Card Best Practices
- Teaching Teens About Money
Planning for the Future
Offers a personalized career exploration and planning tool for each learner based on skill, work experience, and career interest.
- Answer a Few Simple Questions and See How Your Spending Habits Compare to Those of Your Peers.
- Not Sure Where to Start With Budgeting? Take a Look at How the 50/15/5 Principle Could Work For You.
- Create Better Spending Habits
- Steps to Help You Stick to Your Budget
- How to Create a Budget
- How to Calculate Your Expenses
- How to Create a Budget in Five Easy Steps
- University of Oklahoma Budget Game
College and Career-related Resources from the Federal Reserve System
An online mini-course to help students plan and implement their post-high school strategy.
Best for: grades 8-12
A workbook designed to help students begin to explore careers and colleges. Introduces students to many of the vocabulary terms and concepts associated with college and career planning.
Best for: grades 7-9
A budgeting game in which students select a lifestyle and budget for expenses and unexpected events.
Best for: middle school and up
This interactive infographic helps to answer some of the some of the common questions about applying to college.
Best for: high school
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
An online Curriculum Review Tool to help educators identify, evaluate, and select unbiased educational curriculum for students from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The tool has assessments for elementary school, middle school, and high school curriculum and includes a place to assess each based on utility, quality, and efficacy.
City National Bank
City National Bank of West Virginia’s “Teach Children To Save” and “Get Smart About Credit” campaigns have bankers and members of the credit industry give talks and presentations at schools, colleges and workplaces about the importance of good financial management. For more information or to set up a visit from a campaign representative, contact Clara Mullins, VP Operations Program Manager City National Bank of WV at 304-372-5017.
Click on the “Education” Tab to see information on Conferences, the brand new Financial Education Center for Children, the Get a Life budget simulation, the NetWorth program and Personal Finance Informational Booklets. All of these and/or information on the SMART529 College Savings Program (www.SMART529.com) may be highlighted on the site.
West Virginia University