Supporter Spotlight: WaterStone Bank WaterStone Bank is committed to providing literacy programs for teens. Their support of our Money Sense program over the last 10 years has empowered nearly 1,300 teens to take charge [...]
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Educators Connect: Carmen Rahming and YiPPE Carmen Rahming is passionate about SecureFutures’s mission and is a perfect example of one of our unique and longtime partnerships. Carmen has partnered with SecureFutures since 2013. For [...]
Volunteers Speak: Kim Schmoldt Pays Her Success Forward In 2014, Kim Schmoldt’s friend asked her to volunteer for SecureFutures in a LEAD to Succeed classroom. Schmoldt jumped at the opportunity to share her skills so [...]
Your Two Cents: Money Coach teens connect with local business leaders Money Coach students recently shared stories of financial freedom with a select group of local business leaders in a program we call “Your Two [...]
Educators speak: Representation matters August Ball (pictured below) is a valued SecureFutures educator and the founder of Cream City Conservation, a two-pronged social enterprise. First, Cream City Conservation & Consulting LLC provides education services to environmental [...]
Volunteers speak: Anne Potkay finds her hidden voice Five years ago, Anne Potkay probably wouldn’t have imagined herself standing in front of a group of high school students teaching financial literacy. “The hardest thing is [...]
Invaluable: credit lesson at HOPE Christian threads through the worth of financial decisions Credit was the topic of a recent Money Sense lesson for seniors at HOPE Christian H.S. But the theme of “value” permeated [...]
You are with me today by Brenda Campbell, President and CEO, SecureFutures Today is a special day. I am receiving an award today. But it’s really more accurate to say WE are receiving an award. [...]
Educator Q&A: Rob Kalpinski at Juvenile Justice Center says his students ‘want to be successful, just like everyone’
Educator Q&A: Rob Kalpinski at Juvenile Justice Center says his students 'want to be successful, just like everyone' Rob Kalpinski is a social studies and civics educator at Vel Phillips Juvenile Justice Center School (JJC). [...]
Students speak: success stories from the ‘best year yet’ of Money Coach There was no question that 2017 was the “best year yet” for these four Money Coach students. Elliyah, Dunte, Dayana and Robert took [...]