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September 6 to November 8th, 2014
Saturdays, 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Stock Market Savvy Kids
The Money Smarts School of Finance for Children is giving students a valuable and fun opportunity to learn about the process of making good investment decisions and creating a solid foundation for sound money management. Get started in helping your child expand his or her knowledge and gain new skills in saving, wealth management, and investing! Children will enhance their use of the following skills: analytical thinking, reading comprehension, mathematics, social studies, public speaking, economics, and team building. Scholarships are available for students who receive reduced or free lunch! Late-comers welcome on September 13.
Sponsor: Money Smarts School of Finance for Children
For more information, email Turn on JavaScript!, call her at 314-956-7918, or visit the webpage.

October 22, 2014
4 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Financial Education Day
With the negative trifecta of college tuition, student debt, and student loan default on the rise, this is the perfect time to help your students plan for the life-changing transition to college. From sourcing financial aid and choosing a school to budgeting before and after graduation, this workshop has the tools you need to prepare your students for financial life after high school. This informative workshop is suitable for middle and high school educators and counselors. Dinner will be provided, and parking is complimentary.
Sponsor: The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

For more information, email Turn on JavaScript!, call her at 314-444-8421, or visit the workshop webpage.

June 21-24, 2015
Leadership in Practice
The best way to develop leadership skills is to practice, practice, practice.  For four days in June, that is exactly what Missouri's brightest rising sophomore student leaders will do in the LEADERSHIP IN PRACTICE program. The program engages students in profound ways by putting them through hands-on simulations and activities with experienced counselors and community leaders from around the state.
Sponsor: The Missouri Chamber of Commerce
For more information, email Turn on JavaScript!or visit the program website.