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Sacramento Cyber Safety Examiner, 8/13/11
One of the most important things a child can learn is how to relate well to others and be a productive member of a team. Yet in the network culture, most communications are passive (i.e. texting, social media). So it is easy for youth to become insulated from the experience of genuine, personal interaction vital to securing and holding down a job.
Be a Money Smart Teen – Strategies for Financial Success!
BMS has completed a 4 part series for the Orange County Register on "Be a Money Smart Teen – Strategies for Financial Success!" This is for students, parents and teachers.
BeMoneySmart Workshops promoted in the Sacramento Examiner Financial literacy and the Net: Free workshops for teens
BeMoneySmartUSA, a Carmichael non-profit dedicated to promoting financial literacy for youth, has scheduled the next session of free workshops starting October 23, 2010 through May 7, 2011, sponsored by the California Lottery and located at Phoenix University campuses in Roseville, Sacramento and Elk Grove.
BeMoneySmartUSA featured on "Mama on the Mic" Is your child good with money? They can be!
Mama says, "I believe every parent would love for their child to learn the value of a dollar. But too many times, parents just give, give, give without thinking about the message that is sending to their kids. Children need to understand the process of saving and making smart consumer choices. And now there is a simple way to do bring those lessons home."
California Lottery Sponsors Financial Literacy Courses for Teens
2/4/11: The California Lottery today announced a partnership with BeMoneySmartUSA to sponsor a series of financial literacy seminars for Sacramento-area teens. The workshops coincide with April being recognized as Financial Literacy Month in California. CLICK to learn more
Carmichael Community Shred Day Our “Shred It” Event was a Success!
People came by and brought their boxes and bags and we served hot coffee and donuts to all who attended. We had several youth volunteers and adults. We also featured our new T-Shirts, designed by Forest Renaldi, 17 and a BMS USA student.
Local financial literacy expert urges purpose-driven Internet use for families
Marie Hall, founder and executive director of BeMoneySmartUSA (formerly YoungBizFoundation) has dedicated her life to promoting financial literacy for family life in the digital age. "As heads of households, we need to ask ourselves how the Internet is being used at home. Entertainment? Knowledge? Networking? Education? To what end?", said Hall.
Teaching Kids To Be Financially Smart KFBK NewsTalk Radio, 5/1/2012
Marie Hall was interviewed by Kitty O'Neal on the KFBK Afternoon News on Tuesday, May 1.
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Watch for Business of Life Education Series Coming to The Bee
Behind every thriving business is a successful entrepreneur! Introduce your students to the entrepreneurial strategies businesses like Microsoft and Apple use every day with “Business of Life”, a special four-part educational series coming to The Bee. CLICK for all articles & lessons
Workshops help teens be 'Money Smart'
You’ve heard of sending your kids to art camp or science camp. How about finance camp? In response to a need to teach the next generation to be wise with their money, The Roseville Public Library and BeMoneySmartUSA are partnering to provide Finance and Business Camp Courses this summer.
2013 Teen Personal Finance
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