Money Habitudes II® for At-Risk Young Adults

What money means, and why it matters

Most “at risk” young adults are in serious need of basic financial literacy skills. But standard “how to” lessons are not sufficient. In real life, hidden social and emotional factors often sabotage smart financial behavior.

Money Habitudes II® addresses this concern with three active lessons about the psychology of money, tailored to vulnerable youth in grant-funded and community settings.

The lessons explore the differing ways that people think about and behave around money -- and why. Using the acclaimed Money Habitudes II® card game, students discover their individual “money personalities”. They also learn how this insight can improve their relationships and financial judgment.

To see a detailed description of the course materials, click >> HERE

Also available as a subscription in digital format, here.

See also Money Habitudes® for Teens, for middle and high school settings.


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