All state-funded courses and many community interest classes are taught by credentialed teachers. In addition, some of our instructors bring to the classroom their expertise from other professions or occupations. A dress, jacket, and purse ensemble that she designed and made was accepted into the juried Wearable Art Exhibit more Mitra Bahrami Mitra Bahrami teaches ESL, writing, and communication courses to international students and professionals.
Contact Us Programs Our mission is to improve the economic education and financial literacy of Bay Area Youth and to promote professional certification in the financial services industry. Our objective is to introduce students to the savings and investment tools that will help them achieve their goals in life, and to advance qualified, certified professionals to help them along the way.
Working With Students We support a variety of K economic education, financial literacy and entrepreneurship enrichment programs throughout the Bay Area.
We provide expert volunteers from the financial services industry who serve as judges, coaches, mentors, guest speakers and field trip hosts. Volunteer opportunities run from September through May in conjunction with the school year, in locations throughout the Bay Area. To get involved, contact us or scroll down to learn more about the programs we support!
Working With Teachers We provide free training workshops for high school economics teachers throughout the year. Our workshops feature university professors and industry professionals who provide lesson plans, demonstrate classroom activities, and share favorite teaching resources for economics and personal finance.
Teachers from throughout the Bay Area are invited to participate, and our past workshops have received stellar reviews! To learn more about our programs for teachers, click here.
Supporting Certification We provide merit awards to exceptional university students pursuing a career in finance, covering costs of the Chartered Financial Analyst Level One exam and prep course. To read more about our merit award program, click here. Financial Literacy Program Partners Junior Achievement Junior Achievement JA partners with educators and volunteers to give young people access to the knowledge and skills they need to own their economic success, plan for their future, and make smart academic and economic choices.
JA recruits and trains corporate and community volunteers to deliver experiences that give students, from kindergarten through high school, relevant, hands-on learning on financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurship.
JA programs empower students to make a connection between what they learn in school and how it can be applied in the real world — enhancing the impact of their classroom learning and increasing their understanding of the value of staying in school.
Volunteers are needed to visit classrooms and deliver the JA curriculum to a variety of age groups throughout the Bay Area.
To learn more about JA's current volunteer opportunities, click this link. SinceNFTE Bay Area has taught more than 10, students from low-income communities in the Bay Area the basics of starting and operating a small business. NFTE's Annual Business Plan Competition engages aspiring young entrepreneurs from Bay Area high schools to present their business plans to an esteemed panel of regional business executives and entrepreneurs.
The competition is designed to provide youth from low-income communities with the resources and skill sets to succeed professionally and academically following graduation from high school. To learn more about volunteering for NFTE please contact us!
For more information on NFTE programs and to read about their history, please visit http: Students sharpen skills in subjects such math, economics and social studies, while also gaining exposure to the concepts of saving and investing, as they participate in a simulated global marketplace and compete for prizes.
InvestWrite, an innovative national writing competition, produced by The Stock Market Game program, adds a critical thinking component to help reinforce concepts learned in the classroom.
Students from throughout the Bay Area join us in downtown San Francisco for the presentation of awards and lunch. Winning teams are recognized and give short speeches reflecting on and what they learned through participating.
The ceremony is enjoyable and we encourage financial professionals to attend as our guest! If you would like to join us for this inspiring event, please email us! For more information on the Stock Market Game please visit http:This Business Writing course is offered multiple times in a variety of locations and training topics.
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