Summer Camps Wealthy Habits

Summer Camps

Personal Finance Made FUN!

Summer Camps

Personal Finance Made FUN!

Details

COST:  $120-240/Week Session

TIME:  Morning and Afternoon Sessions
Full-Day Sessions

WHO:  Students Ages 11&12, 13-15, 16+

CLASS RATIO:  1:9

LUNCH:   Students need to bring a packed lunch, water bottle, and snack each day.

WHAT TO WEAR:  Appropriate and Comfortable

SCHOLARSHIPS:  If you are interested in applying for a full or partial scholarship, apply here.

 

FAQ
Visit our YouTubechannel to see what past students have to say about the experience.

Summer Camps

Our 5-day summer camps for youth pioneered by the JDR Family Foundation aim to provide students with a strong foundation of money management, budgeting, and saving. Through a series of high-energy games, stimulating discussions and group projects, this educational program creates a lasting impact on the students’ thoughts and beliefs about money, as well as encourages them to work towards a financially secure life.

The average college student graduates with over $37,000 in student debt, and more than $3,500 in credit card debt. Numerous studies state that financial literacy education does not affect the future saving and investing behavior. We disagree; it is not the education that doesn’t work, it is the delivery method. Wealthy Habits summer camps do not focus on whether a student can memorize the information and pass a test, but on changing their attitude towards managing their current and future finances and providing them with the ambition to learn more even after they have left camp.

A working understanding of money, managing debt, and investing is essential for everyone, including young adults. In the absence of that, many individuals fumble over financial decisions, learning by trial and error, often ending up with bad credit, little or no savings, and a ton of debt. Wealthy Habits summer camps expose students to new ways of thinking about money and finance. They develop a mature understanding of budgeting and investing, and learn the importance of planning for the future. Wealthy Habits provides students with the right skill set so that they can navigate their financial future with confidence and purpose.

Summer Camps

Our 5-day summer camps for youth pioneered by the JDR Family Foundation aim to provide students with a strong foundation of money management, budgeting, and saving. Through a series of high-energy games, stimulating discussions and group projects, this educational program creates a lasting impact on the students’ thoughts and beliefs about money, as well as encourages them to work towards a financially secure life.

The average college student graduates with over $37,000 in student debt, and more than $3,500 in credit card debt. Numerous studies state that financial literacy education does not affect the future saving and investing behavior. We disagree; it is not the education that doesn’t work, it is the delivery method. Wealthy Habits summer camps do not focus on whether a student can memorize the information and pass a test, but on changing their attitude towards managing their current and future finances and providing them with the ambition to learn more even after they have left camp.

A working understanding of money, managing debt, and investing is essential for everyone, including young adults. In the absence of that, many individuals fumble over financial decisions, learning by trial and error, often ending up with bad credit, little or no savings, and a ton of debt. Wealthy Habits summer camps expose students to new ways of thinking about money and finance. They develop a mature understanding of budgeting and investing, and learn the importance of planning for the future. Wealthy Habits provides students with the right skill set so that they can navigate their financial future with confidence and purpose.

Visit our YouTubechannel to see what past students have to say about the experience.

Details

COST:  $120-240/Week Session
TIME:  Morning and Afternoon Sessions
Full-Day Sessions
WHO:  Students Ages 11&12, 13-15, 16+
CLASS RATIO:  1:9
LUNCH:   Students need to bring a packed lunch, water bottle, and snack each day.
WHAT TO WEAR:  Appropriate and Comfortable
SCHOLARSHIPS:  If you are interested in applying for a full or partial scholarship, apply here.

2017 Locations

Emory University – Clairmont Campus

Fulton Science Academy – Alpharetta

Woodward Academy – College Park

Wealthy Habits – Dunwoody

Hiram High School – Hiram, GA

Cobb Galleria Pkwy

Check back in January for 2018 Locations

2018 Summer Schedule

Check back in January for our 2018 Camp Schedule.

FAQ

Example of Topics Covered

Earning a Paycheck
Paying Taxes
Budgeting
Fixed & Variable Expenses
Needs vs. Wants
Checking & Savings Accounts
Checks & Deposits
Interest
Debt and Liabilities
Saving and Investing
Assets
Interest Rate Calculations
Credit Worthiness
Identity Theft
Spending Plans
Calculating Lifestyle Cost
Supply and Demand
Types of Insurance
Purpose & Effect of Insurance
Net Worth

See More Topics

Making Deposits
Reconciling Accounts
Interest and Fees
Insurance Basics
Credit Score/Report
Credit and Debt
Types of Assets
Wealthy vs. Poor Habits
Investing Introduction
Entrepreneurship
Language of Money
Online Banking
Benefit Packages
Stocks and Bonds
Expected Rate of Return
Passive Income
Rule of 72
Saving Early and Often
Income Taxes
Pay Yourself First
Employer vs. Employee
Gross vs. Net Income

Register now!

Register now!

Check back in January for the 2018 Schedule.

Wealthy Habits gives kids the essential financial education so many are missing.

Mike Davis, Mayor of Dunwoody

Class was amazing!

I feel lucky that my daughter could participate!

Karen Dobkin

My children loved the class!

The instructor was very engaging. They are looking forward to the next class!

Joaqui, June 2015

Thanks for the knowledge!

I know that I will use this in the future.
I definitely looking forward to the next class and to learn more.

Alana, May 2015

My kids LOVED it…

My kids just LOVED this class and are asking
if they can come back for more.
My son spends time each day watching stock market reports.

Maudeline Linsey

Yes, would highly recommend!

It taught me many new things about finance and managing my money.

Mehan, April 2015

Smiling ear to ear…

My daughter and her friend really enjoyed the program!
Teens don’t get excited about much, but they were smiling
from ear to ear when I picked them up.
Thank you so much for this opportunity.

Sheila Cannon

Summer Camps Wealthy Habits