• Provide a venue for financial literacy class credit requirements to earn a high school diploma
• Test and improve their financial literacy level with an easy FQ self-test
• Obtain reference materials for their financial literacy classes
Here is a scenario for a 8th grade middle school student named Bruce. He learned great financial habits at a very early age. He saved a portion of his weekly allowance in a junior savings account under his parents’ custody. He does fundraising for his school band by selling coupon books to relatives and neighbors. He also uses a budget app to keep track of his spending. Bruce is now seriously planning his future and wants to establish a set of goals and master all the tools he needs to be a fully independent grown-up. By taking the courses offered by the American Institute of Financial Intelligence, Bruce is able to understand the fundamentals of financial literacy. He will be more knowledgeable than his peers on financial education and knowing how to make good financial decisions when he moves out from his parents’ home.
• The American Institute of Financial Intelligence provides online self-paced training courses to anyone who wants to improve their level of financial literacy.
• The CFEPTM program, or Certified Financial Education Professional, provides a series of wide ranging and rigorous tests on people’s financial knowledge of six subjects (spending, career and income, credit and debt, investing, risk and protection, and financial planning).
• The American Institute of Financial Intelligence provides a series of teaching materials that target different age levels: kindergarten, elementary school, middle school, high school and adult. The tailored material and learning activities will help the students grow step by step.
• The American Institute of Financial Intelligence provides a set of detailed standard teaching materials and a set of corresponding assessment tools to help students quickly and accurately evaluate their status of financial literacy.