Young Americans Center for Financial Education wants to help YOU be more financially savvy! Below are resources to help you on your journey.
Young Americans Programs:
- Young AmeriTowne, a hands-on lesson in free enterprise for 5th graders
- International Towne, a hands-on lesson in global economics for 6th and 7th graders
- YouthBiz, a hub for entrepreneurial thinking and action for youth ages 6-21
- Spark Change, a service learning and leadership program for K-12 students
- Virtual Programs, gain a hands-on lesson in financial education virtually.
- Summer Camps, week-long day camps for students who have completed 2nd-7th grades
- Apply to be a member of our Youth Advisory Board!
Resources for young entrepreneurs:
- How do you register your business?
- Virtual YouthBiz Workshops
- Denver Library’s Maker Space
- BizBoost Business Research Help at the Denver Library
- Colorado Cottage Food Act Information
- National Standards for Entrepreneurship Education
- YouthBiz Stars Winners’ Speeches:
Find more entrepreneurship tips on Young Americans Center’s blog:
Loans and financial services:
- Young Americans Bank
- Intuit Turbo Blog: ideas and tips about student loans, credit cards, and all things money
- US News & World Report: Teaching Teenagers about Money and Credit
- Smart About Money’s College Planning resource area has article and scholarship tips for youth and families.