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Creative Arts Contest

The Creative Arts Contest is the youth focused fall event sponsored by the St. Louis Regional Financial Empowerment Coalition. The purpose of the contest is to create age appropriate awareness about credit and financial matters. 6th– 8th students are encouraged to answer this year’s Credit Awareness Month question with an original song and accompanying video. […]

All About Credit for Teens and Young Adults

Learn about the basics of credit by learning the 4 C’s of credit. This class is for teens and young adults. The presenter is Jacqueline Buck Horton of Sterling Bank. #creditawareness This is a virtual class. Registration is required. Prior to the class, registrants will be emailed a link to participate. The link will include […]

Edward Jones/Urban League Teen Financial Wellness Workshop

Are you a parent of a teen, hoping to pass down good money habits? If you answered YES, this virtual class might be for you! Urban League and Edward Jones are partnering to bring you a virtual family financials budgeting class. On 09/30/21 from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm, you and your teenager will define […]

Financial Jeopardy for Teens

Compete with others and test your knowledge about financial subjects like budgeting, the money printing process, and other financial subjects to win a prize in Financial Jeopardy! Learn more and register at SLPL.org. Registration is required.

Financial Literacy for Teens and Tweens: Learning to Earn!

Adulting is hard work, but if you learn how to manage your money, you’ll be ahead of the pack! Investigate ways to earn, balancing budgets, and keeping track of spending while completing interactive web-based scenarios designed to develop financial literacy. Learn more and register at SLPL.org. Registration is required.