Manage Money and Make Friends at WMU’s Dollars & Sense Finance Camp
If there’s one thing foremost on a teenager’s mind, it’s money.
Though parents may hear their children asking for money, it is often one of the most overlooked, and yet crucial, skills needed as an adult. As parents, we want our children to have the proper skill set to manage money and become financially independent.
WMU’s Dollars & Sense Finance Camp, for students who have completed Grades 7-12, covers this and more. Tween and Teens will learn how the economy works, how the stock market functions, investing, budgeting, and other financial concepts.
In this one-week camp, hosted by the Haworth College of Business at Western Michigan University, students learn about more than 10 different finance topics that impact the world in general and themselves as individuals.