Workshops will encourage Tots, Tweens & Teens to learn about business and investing.
Recognize your distinctive skills
Learn the personal finance pillars
Read a Stock Market parent company page
Make money using your skills
Make your money – work for you
Seminars targeted to help adults enhance self-knowledge in order to engage youth in building wealth.
Learn sustainable personal finance strategies you can use now
Discern that math is not a prerequisite to teach smart money habits
Navigate money management to make life more manageable
Understand the basic stock
Learn to Earn
Kids [Not-for-Profit] one hour session (max. 25 attendees)
Young People event priced per student (minimum 15 participants)
Adult events priced per person (minimum 10 participants)
+Travel and Expenses as applicable
All sessions are interactive and include giftables.
(Prices are subject to change)
How to Encourage Youth to Learn about Business and Investing and to Build on a Solid Foundation for Life.
JackieTrust® is a gift giving service that teaches young people money management skills. Explore Fundamentals of Financial Literacy!
Talk tactics to teach how every day money decisions can impact their future.
Learn about the gift giving and financial literacy service, and how to motivate young people to learn to earn.
We focus on teaching all S.I.D.E.S (Save-Invest-Donate-Earn-Spend) of Financial Literacy.
“After completing the ‘Spend, Save, Invest, and Donate’ workshop with JackieTrust, my girls and I had a completely new way of looking at our money and the products we buy. We now think of products we buy as investments and we watch stock share prices too. It has really opened our eyes and my daughters are excited about learning about companies and actually look forward to saving money to invest.”
A. Barnes (Jack&Jill, FL Chapter)
“Jackie provided an engaging and enlightening workshop for our children ranging in age from 10-18. It was also informative for the parents. We all left feeling how important it is for us to get our children starting early in investing.”
L. Samuel (Jack&Jill, CA Chapter)