If your employees or students could use some real-life money-management skills, our customizable, easy-to-understand financial education sessions will fit the bill perfectly.
We are financial education specialists, and what we offer is simple:
Money management skills that stick.
This is schooling that really pays off.
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Money is the greatest source of stress for Canadians – which can lead to serious impacts on workplace performance. Help your team achieve financial wellness by scheduling a financial education presentation at your workplace, either in-person or through virtual webinars. Topics include: budgeting, debt management, avoiding scams, and more.
Children need to learn about money from a young age, to ensure they have the knowledge and financial literacy skills to help them succeed later in life. Help your students build a foundation of financial literacy with our 1-hour presentations, in-person or through virtual webinars, on a variety of topics geared toward youth.
We offer an annual $1,000 scholarship to post-secondary students across Atlantic Canada. Our scholarships aim to provide students with the tools they need to minimize post-secondary debt, and to use credit wisely.
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