Financial Literacy Month
April is National Financial Literacy Month! By empowering youth to invest in the future, you can help them avoid potential roadblocks, like unintended pregnancy, along the way. You can join us in observing Financial Literacy Month by doing the following:
- Know the laws! Visit YouthRules!, a Department of Labor website, for the latest information on policies for working youth and youth who are considering a part-time job.
- Access financial education materials and resources for youth from Jump$tart for Students.
- Use Money Management International’s Thirty Steps to Financial Wellness program to educate youth about the path to financial wellness.
- Participate in Financial Literacy Day on Capitol Hill. Also called “Hill Day,” this event takes place on either the House of Representatives side or the Senate side of Congress. Take a walk through the financial literacy exhibits prepared by organizations and government entities.