Recommend Young Americans on Nextdoor

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Young Americans Center For Financial Education is now on Nextdoor, the neighborhood hub. Would you recommend us to your neighbors and help get the word out about our hands-on financial education programs? Recommend Young Americans Center for Financial Education Recommend Young Americans Bank

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Respect for People

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Young Americans Center for Financial Education values ethics and integrity in every aspect of our business and teachings. Our founder, Bill Daniels, was firm in his principles which inform our work to provide all children regardless of background or circumstances a strong foundation in financial literacy and workforce readiness. On Respect for People, “Bill was a compassionate person and showed …

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Social Distance Fundraising

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Dine at Birdcall to support hands-on financial education! All day on Monday, May 25, 25% of all food and beverage purchases at Birdcall go to Young Americans Center for Financial Education, home of Young AmeriTowne, International Towne and YouthBiz! Customers must use the promotion code denverlove. Order Birdcall online for curbside or in-store pick-up.  Or, place an order in-store at …

Young Americans COVID-19 Updates

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Thank you for your support of Young Americans Center for Financial Education and Young Americans Bank.  The safety and health of our customers and constituents is our top priority, and so we are doing our part to follow guidelines set forth by health and school district officials.  Please know that we are taking precautions to help us all stay healthy, …

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Sponsor Spotlight: CoBank’s Commitment to Creating Equitable Education for All

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During April Financial Literacy month, there are lots of fun activities for children to learn about important financial topics including savings and the difference between debit and credit. However, uncertainty and anxiety from the fallout from the pandemic has educators and researchers recommending more thoughtful conversations around these topics as well. Articles like Teach Kids about Money in a Financial …

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Help for Those in Need of Tasks and Those in Need

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Young Americans Center for Financial Education is proud to partner with Children’s Hospital Colorado to provide resources and ideas for families during this difficult time.  There are opportunities to help those in need and opportunities to help those in need of activities! Parenting Tips Experts at the Pediatric Mental Health Institute offer tips to help you and your kids cope with …

Resources for Lower Elementary Educators

Young Americans Center for Financial Education strives to teach financial education to students before they become adults, allowing them years to develop healthy financial habits.  Browse resources for lower elementary educators below, targeted to youth in grades Pre-K through 2. Young Americans Programs: Spark Change, a service learning and leadership program for K-12 students Personal Finance Presentations, in-person presentations for your ...

Resources for Upper Elementary Educators

Young Americans Center for Financial Education strives to teach financial education to students before they become adults, allowing them years to develop healthy financial habits.  Browse resources for upper elementary educators below, targeted to youth in grades 3-5. Young Americans Programs: Young AmeriTowne, a hands-on lesson in free enterprise for 5th graders Spark Change, a service learning and leadership program ...

Resources for Middle School Educators

Young Americans Center for Financial Education strives to teach financial education to students before they become adults, allowing them years to develop healthy financial habits.  Browse resources for middle school educators below, targeted to youth in grades 6-8. Young Americans Programs: International Towne, a hands-on lesson in global economics for 6th and 7th graders YouthBiz, empowering middle school students to ...