I'm looking for teachers, financial professionals and students that believe young people need to learn about personal finance and investing for their future.
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This is great. I teach financial literacy and am involved in FEFE. Family Economics and Financial Education. Here is the link www.fefe.arizona.edu
I look forward to sharing ideas with you.
Primarily high school students, but I do have a few former students at the college level that are still involved. One is at Georgetown and is a member of their student investment club. I've also started relationships with a handful of investment professionals. Nothing significant has materialized yet, but I'm working on it. My next goal is to establish a relationship with members of the SDSU student investment club to see if I can bring a few student by to see how they do thing and/or hook up with a few mentors for my students.
We do not have an investing club, but I do serve on the University Partnership Program National Committee for the Society of Financial Service Professionals. Typically, this program is designed for college students, but may be of interest to the more advanced students that you come across. They can join as student members, but much of the material may be a bit above their heads.
Is there a specific age group that you are targeting?
I'm trying to set up a portfolio with students from another school. If you school has a investing club, let me know.
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