Financial Tools For Young People

Money Study

What We Learn

We pair financial coaching with study of banking, credit, and student loans.

Who Learns

Our programs are designed for college-bound high school students.

Where We Learn

Similar to experiments in a science lab, we learn and practice in financial education labs.

Why We Learn

Because paying for college should be easier and early financial stumbles are preventable.

Real Talk

College grads earn $1,000,000 more than high school grads over their life.

 

But it takes 18 years to break even on student loans.

 

Why don’t we give young people a better financial tool set?

Reduce Student Borrowing

There is 1.5 trillion dollars of student debt in America. We work to complete FAFSA effectively in order to reduce student borrowing and keep the college dream alive.

Great Credit

One in ten consumers has more than 10 credit cards. We teach that credit is a tool for productivity, not consumption. Students learn about credit scores and responsible credit spending.

You Can Bank On It

57% of Americans have less than $1000 in their savings accounts. We teach the difference between savings and checking, along with developing a plan for financial emergencies.

Let’s Do It Together

We don’t go at this alone. Banks, financial professionals, and community organizations join Money Study to bring extra perspectives and insights to students.

Hands On

Research shows project based learning is the only effective form of financial literacy. Students design and complete financial education projects in their communities.

Tweaking From The Data

We collect data. A lot of it. We’re constantly measuring and adjusting Money Study to drive outcomes, and we are happy to share our research.

Finance From Fun Folks

We put emphasis on having

a creative work environment

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