Money Matters Classes

Money Matters Classes

Young Americans offers numerous opportunities for students to engage in hands-on learning experiences, centered on financial literacy. Money Matters classes are a great way for families to learn about money together. We offer several types of classes on Saturdays, as well as summer classes. Many of these events are free, so please check out the details below!

Second Saturdays at Young Americans

One-Day Summer Classes by Money Matters

Girl Scout Badge Classes

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Second Saturdays at Young Americans

Join us the second Saturday of each month for a unique learning experience, designed especially for youth, ages 3-8, and their parents.  Families attending our Second Saturdays classes will be treated to an interactive tour of Young Americans Bank, the only bank in the world for young people. Then, students and parents will participate in games and activities that teach young people about the importance of money and banking — and how parents can reinforce those lessons at home.

  • Coin Carnival (ages 3-5) – a variety of money-themed games that teach coin recognition and counting
  • Scavenger Hunt (ages 6-8) – explore Young Americans Bank by taking part in a special Scavenger Hunt

Second Saturdays are perfect for the family wanting to open a bank account.  Once the games are finished, kids have the opportunity to take advantage of a real-life, hands-on learning experience by opening a new savings account. If your child already has an account with Young Americans, Second Saturdays are an ideal way to participate in our referral program.

General Information:

Dates: We’re taking a break for the summer, but make sure to check back in July when we post the dates for Fall 2014!

Time: 10:30 am – 11:30 am

Location: 3550 E. 1st Ave. Denver, CO 80206

Cost: $0

 

One-Day Summer Classes by Money Matters

These events were specifically designed to teach kids, ages 8-13, about money while having fun!

Class-Specific Information:

Earning, Spending, Saving, Sharing (ages 8-10) is an opportunity for kids to ask questions and get answers about money. Participants will engage in hands-on activities and play games like The Great Savings Race. These classes will be held August 8th at our Branch in the Z Place Building (4800 Telluride Street, Building 5, Denver, CO 80249).

General Information:

Dates: August 8th

Time: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Location: Z Place Building on the Evie Dennis Campus 4800 Telluride Street, Building 5, Denver, CO 80249

Cost: $0

Register using the form below.

Other Information: Parents/Guardians should fill out a waiver form prior to the class and all students should bring a packed lunch.

Girl Scout Badge Classes

This spring, Young Americans and Girl Scouts of Colorado partnered to offer classes that assisted girls in earning financial literacy badges. We plan to resume this series after summer, so make sure to check back!