Money Sense

Money Sense teaches teens money management essentials.

This flexible program, available in multiple in-person and virtual formats, introduces teens to financial basics like banking, creating a savings plan, managing a budget, and maintaining healthy credit. Typically taught in three 90-minute lessons, the program’s content can be presented by trained volunteers or directly by the educator. In addition to the lesson-based program, we offer Money Sense On Demand, an extensive library of student-directed online learning modules on an array of personal finance topics.

93% of Money Sense participants say the course will positively affect the way they handle money.

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Why should you bring Money Sense to your students?

  • Money Sense is flexible and accessible. Money Sense can be adapted to the needs of every classroom, whether in-person, virtual, or hybrid-model. Implementation toolkits are available for educators who would prefer to lead Money Sense themselves.
  • Money Sense is powered by volunteers. Trained volunteers from the local business community are available to bring the program to life, leading dynamic discussion and offering knowledge and insight far beyond the information presented in the curriculum.
  • Money Sense can help you meet state requirements. Money Sense aligns with state of Wisconsin standards for personal finance learning.
  • Money Sense is right on time. Directed primarily at high school juniors and seniors, Money Sense is there when teens need it most, as they encounter the need for personal financial management for the first time and prepare for adult life.

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What are teens saying about Money Sense?

“It taught me about the things I wouldn’t learn in school and it helped me out a lot.”

“I was given this opportunity in my last year of high school when I needed it the most.”

 “The use of personal examples enable us to better understand the concepts that were being presented, from credit scores to loans.”

“I NEVER found it boring.”

“I really just liked how we had a class that taught us about real life situations and how to manage money. I was so glad to learn something that would actually benefit me in the future.”