Spring Break Activities (different dates for different ages).

Share, Empower, Learn and Launch (SELL) the next "Big Thing" in your community!

Have fun with this budgeting simulation for teens that teaches how to live within their means.

Quick and practical tips on topics including budgeting, credit and debt, saving and investing for High School and College Students.

MSU Extension in partnership with Flat Rock Public Library present a free Money Smart Week program for youth and teens

Learn how to implement this new National 4-H curriculum focusing on career exploration and workforce preparation in your club, school or community group.

Join other Michigan youth to experience college life, learn new ideas, and build skills needed for future success. 200+ action-filled classroom & field trip sessions offered.

Money Management

Want to learn how you can pay for college? 

How can youth learn to obtain the funds they really want? Money Management programs can teach youth how to earn, save and invest all of their money.

Knowing how to handle money will have a lasting impact on youth and their future. It can be the difference between:

  • Having $1,000 and $1,000,000
  • A future of debt of a future of profit
  • The panic of living paycheck to paycheck or realization of your dreams and goals

Learning the basics of personal finance as a youth is a positive step toward a successful financial future. The resources below offer information, activities, tools and an opportunity to engage in the learning process.


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