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Youth and Young Adults

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Financial literacy is a core life skill, and it is never too early to start learning healthy financial strategies. Finhive’s financial literacy program for youth and young adults is designed to empower the next generation to make smart financial decisions and achieve financial independence.
 
We believe that the best way to build financial skills is through face-to-face interaction with in-class instruction. Therefore, we offer various multi-part and ongoing classes in which children and young adults can refine their knowledge while receiving first-hand feedback.

In our Enrichment Classes, we offer a “Stock Market for Beginners” series in which students engage in interactive games to learn the basics of investing. This five-part series is followed by a drop-in “Savvy Stock Market Simulation” class where they can play a fast-paced, informative, and fun investing simulation game.

In addition to teaching the next generation about investing in the stock market, we discuss all aspects of personal finance in our “Financial Adulting” classes, which cover topics such as making financial decisions, budgeting, managing credit, and paying income taxes. We also offer business plan writing workshops and social clubs in which we discuss weekly news and events related to business finance.
 
Our collaborative, hands-on approach to teaching youth and young adults about investing and personal finance prepares them for a lifetime of financial success.

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Available Classes

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Enrichment Classes

The best way to build financial capability skill is face-to-face interaction with in-class instruction.

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Financial Adulting

In these multi-part workshops, we introduce the personal finance tools that your high schooler is going to need as they start to make independent financial decisions.

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Social Club

In this ongoing class, we discuss weekly news and events related to business finance, e.g., market news, and innovations. Students apply critical thinking to learn its impact on finance.

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Business Plan Writing & Workshops

In this ongoing class, we discuss weekly news and events related to business finance, e.g., market news, and innovations. Students apply critical thinking to learn its impact on finance.

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Initial Consultation

Have questions regarding our classes or don't know where to start? Book a call and we will be happy to help! 

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