Fostering Financial Literacy for Youth: Credit cards

Partnership for After School Education (PASE)(view reviews)

Thursday, March 28, 2019, 9:30am - 1:30pm

Training Location:

PASE 120 Broadway - Suite 230
New York, NY, 10271

Borough:

Manhattan

Cost:

Free

Age Groups:

14-18

Type:

Training, workshop, or forum (in-person)

Training Audience:

Administrative Staff, Front-Line Staff, Site Coordinator/Program Director, Supervisor, Senior Management

College Credit:

No

Minimum Education:

None

Fulfills New York State School Age Child Care SACC Training Requirement(s):

No

NYS Credentialed Trainer:

No

Verified Trainer:

No

Content Specialist:

No

Description:

Fostering Financial Literacy for Youth: Credit cards

 
Fostering Financial Literacy for Youth is a four-part workshop series designed to equip afterschool program staff with the knowledge, tools and resources to teach their high-school age youth to become financially savvy and in control of their financial futures. Participants will be provided with provided financial literacy resources and lesson plans. The training includes a training of trainer session to help in transferring the information to youth. Fostering Financial Literacy for youth is funded by Voya.
 
How can youth build credit without building debt? This workshop will help staff teach their youth about being responsible with credit cards and understanding the differences between the different types of credit. 
Understand the purpose and benefit of credit cards
Avoid the misuse and dangers of credit cards
Credit card vs. cash
Comparing credit cards- APR, annual fee, rewards
 
 
Coffee/tea provided and lunch.  Participants are welcome to bring breakfast with them.
Participants will receive certificates upon completion of the training
 
Presenter(s): Ruben Rivera, CFEE
Audience: Multi-Site Director, Supervisor (Program or Site); Direct Service Staff (High School)

Registration opens: 3/11/19