Student Finance League is a nonprofit that partners with shelters, schools, organizations, federal agencies and law-enforcement hosting workshops and seminars to teach money, business and life skills. The focus is on the language, vocabulary, conversation and confidence promoting equality, stability and opportunity.
After 4 years and 16000 case studies, it was concluded there is no shortage of financial literacy efforts, yet a language barrier between professionals and community. This program teaches the language, vocabulary, conversation and confidence in the topics of banking, debt, credit, loans, college/education, housing/real estate, tax, accounting, investing, retirement, marketing, sales, professionalism, business, entrepreneurship, interviewing, resumes, legal, insurance, fraud and scams, budgeting, and maintenance. We are not aiming to teach how to become experts in all industries, yet how to do research, build confidence and learn intelligent communicating within areas of life dealing with money. Our partnerships help child and adults with special needs, victims of human trafficking, abuse and exploitation, at-risk, veteran and homeless participants and student finance league leverages each participants abilities, goals and strengths to groom happy, safe and healthy members of the community.