IDEAS Empowered by Youth®
What is a “prosperity mindset”? What are the habits of wealthy people? How to create abundance now and in the future?
These are just some of the questions students in Financial Wellness will explore. Tying together financial literacy, career aspirations, and saving habits, our financial wellness course is especially made for young people which help them to develop a positive relationship with money and adopt a success mindset. Service-oriented projects will also invite students to demonstrate compassion to people in need in their communities.
Processes & Activities
Course Outline for Educators
All modules contain a career pathway component, which helps explore career options in various industries.
REAL WORLD LEARNING EXPERIENCE
IDEAS BY YOUTH SYMPOSIUM
Your students will participate in the virtual IDEAS by Youth Symposium where they will present their projects to professionals & business owners.
Your high school students will get the opportunity to participate in IDEAS by Youth Entrepreneurship Annual Competition.
MENTORSHIP & COACHING
Your students will also get a chance to receive coaching and mentorship from professionals & business owners and also valuable feedback.
Step-by-step Prezi Guide (Lesson Plans)
Youth will learn to use Canva which is a free-to-use online graphic design tool used create social media posts, presentations, posters, videos, logos and more.
Youth will learn to use Prezi, a web-based tool for creating presentations which uses different media types to help make whatever is being shown as engaging as possible.
Youth will learn to use Microsoft PowerPoint, a program that empowers you to create clean slideshow presentations and intricate pitch decks.
Youth will learn to create and edit videos using various online and offline tools, adding music and record presentations and PSA as a group or as an individual.
“Excellent - creating real-life / real-world scenarios and projects that pull from community and societal issues.”
— iDEAS Financial Literacy Facilitator
“I gained knowledge about financial literacy and learned to improve my skills and my ability to communicate with others through group projects.”
— iDEAS Financial Literacy Student