Wealthy Habits

Wealthy Habits summer camps give students a competitive edge by teaching them to think differently about making, spending, and saving money while also providing them the skills to manage it properly. By the end of camp, students leave with an entirely different, and improved, mindset about money.

Prepare your kids for a FUN and PRODUCTIVE summer by enrolling them in Wealthy Habits summer camps! Lessons learned will create good financial habits that will last a lifetime.  Wealthy Habits offers financial literacy summer camps for middle and high schoolers that both you and your student will love!

Each camp is filled with games and activities designed to teach students basic money and life principles, such as:

  • Personal Finance
  • Budgeting and Saving
  • Investing
  • Personal Presentation and Net Worth
  • Insurance and Taxes
  • Compound Interest
  • and more!

An entertaining and educational five-day camp that will impact students’ thoughts and beliefs about money and will encourage and inspire them to live a financially secure future!

Available Camps:

Real Money, Real Life

(Ages 11-14)

Through games and activities, this camp is designed to teach students basic money and life principles, such as: personal finance, budgeting, saving, investing, credit & debt, taxes, and more! Your child will learn in a way that is modified for their basic understanding and entertainment.

Move Out & Stay Out

(Ages 14+)

Through a series of fun games and activities, students will learn about the financial aspects of living independently and within one’s means. Topics covered include: resume building & interviews, personal branding, budgeting, housing, buying a car, understanding insurance, managing debt & credit, and preparing for college!

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  • 5-day Program
  • Time: 9am-4pm (before/aftercare available)
  • No Weekend Programs
  • Middle and High School Programs
  • Class size is limited to 18 students. 

Contact: Wealthy Habits

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