Educational Seminar Topics
EdCo will provide a professional speaker and handouts at no charge. A variety of age-adjusted topics are available and suitable to one-time or multiple presentations.

Topics include:
Kindergarten through Middle School
  • What I Want vs. What I Need— Teaching young children how to manage their allowance.
  • One of These Things Is Not Like the Others— Learning about differences and similarities between each denomination of coins and bills.
  • 10/10/80 Rule — Teaching kids about this Rule of Giving, Saving and Spending
  • Game Time — Monopoly, Game of Life, Payday, Moneywise Kids and Money Bags board games will be used to help teach children money and budgeting basics.
  • I Want A Puppy — Teaching young children about the costs involved in getting a pet.
  • Value of a Dollar —Teaching K-8th Grade children about money basics.
  • Money@School -- Introducing Middle School students to the basics of personal finance.

Middle School, Junior High and High School
  • Can I Make It On My Own: Financial Planning Basics
  • Mad City Money -- a hands-on simulation that gives youth a taste of the real world—complete with occupation, salary, spouse, student loan debt, credit card debt and medical insurance payments.
  • Where Did My Money Go: Budgeting Tips and Tricks
  • To Have or Have Not
  • Basic Budgeting
  • Your Financial Plan: Where It All Begins
  • Budgeting: Making the Most of Your Money
  • Investing: Making Money Work for You
  • Good Debt, Bad Debt: Using Credit Wisely
  • Your Money: Keeping It Safe and Secure
  • Insurance: Protecting What You Have
  • Your Career: Doing What Matters Most

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