This workshop sets students up for life-long financial success. It teaches them financial literacy and smart financial behaviour. Assuming that money habits are formed at a young age and can shape their relationship with money, later on, we feel it’s important to impart good financial habits at an early age. By teaching students how to save and invest, we are hopeful they will take these good habits with them into adulthood.
Our Mini Money Management workshop uses an App that combines financial literacy with technology and facilitates learning about money through everyday experiences.
Students learn from real-life scenarios, make their own decisions, prioritize responsibilities, necessities, and budget for fun activities and unexpected expenses. We allow our students to make decisions and experience consequences in a fun and easy way. The Urban Camp is the perfect safe space for our students’ small failures!
“I watched unmotivated kids show up for this workshop and complete the tasks. A whole new sense of purpose-filled their day. The students’ mindsets about their role in society changed as they saw their ability to contribute to their tiny communities”Parent
- Being able to use technology to learn about money through everyday expenses
- Being able to use life-long skills, critical thinking and financial awareness
- Being prepared for real-world financial challenges
- Allowing students to experience the consequences of their actions
- Developing critical thinking skills
- Improving decision-making skills
- Responsibility and perseverance
- Taking own decisions
- Budgeting money
- Understanding mandatory vs discretionary expenditures
50 minutes per session
8-15 years old
English A2+ level required
(Due to COVID-19, all programs are currently being held online)
HARDWARE + SOFTWARES
Desktop, Laptop, smartphone and platform provided by The Urban Camp
Online + On-Campus Hub
Did you know children begin to develop their spending and saving habits by the age of 5?
Regardless of background, students deserve to be prepared for real-world financial challenges. Millennials have an average of $28,000 in debt. The largest percentage being credit cards and not student loans!