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~75 mins. per week
The Girls Academy for Financial Education teaches the basics of money management to high school girls, with the goal of putting them on the path to financial independence and success. The Girls Academy will focus on topics like budgeting, saving, credit, and compound interest. The program will also include topics with particular relevance to girls and women, including salary negotiations, careers in finance, and investing with confidence.
This course will be held Thursdays from January 29 to March 12 from 4:00-5:15 p.m. at the Museum of American Finance, and special trips will be held on two Tuesdays, February 10 and March 10.
6 hours per week
This New York City Department of Education After School Professional Development Program (P-Credit) course on teaching finance is designed to help educators understand and present finance-related subjects to high school students in grades 9-12.
The course takes place every Tuesday and Wednesday, 4:15-7:15pm from February 24th through April 1st. The course consists of 12 sessions totaling 36 hours for 3 credits.
For credit, teachers must register with the ASPDP as well as with the Museum. The Educational Partner Fee due to the Museum is $125.
If you would like to pay by check, please call (646) 833-2753 to register by phone and mail checks made payable to the Museum of American Finance to:
c/o Chris Meyers
Museum of American Finance
48 Wall Street, Lobby 2
New York, NY 10005