April 2023 Youth eNewsletter
Financial Literacy Month
Thanks for celebrating financial literacy month with us! We hope that throughout these past few weeks, you’ve been able to accomplish something that gets you one step closer to your financial wellness goals. If you have not yet been able to learn something new, you still have a few days left until the end of the month!
We encourage you to continue learning throughout the rest of the year. Download Zogo to have financial education on your phone so you can learn anytime, anywhere!
Budgeting Worksheet - Financial Decisions for Young Adults
Choosing to attend a college or university is just the start of making financial decisions! Use this guide to help facilitate conversations about picking a specific school and other important money decisions.
Blog - Financial Literacy for Kids
Practical money management skills learned at an early age can have a lasting impact on the rest of your child’s life. In fact, this is one of the most important areas where you can truly change the course of their life. Read the following blog from our partners at GreenPath Financial Wellness for some great ways to teach your kids about money!
Introducing Zogo Español
Attention Zogo learners! We’re so excited to help our community get access to learning personal finance lessons in the Spanish language. If you’re wondering how to access Zogo Español, follow the options below:
– If your phone settings are set to Spanish language support, Zogo will automatically change to Zogo Español once the app is updated.
– If your phone settings are set to English, update the Zogo app and navigate to your profile tab.
– Scroll down to the “General” category and select “Language” options.
– From there, select “Español” to now learn Zogo’s financial skills in Spanish!
Studies have shown that learners are more engaged and retain better information better when studying in their native language. In our partnership with Zogo, we’re able to reach 40+ million learners in America who speak Spanish as their native language!
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