FitMoney's FinanciallyFit Certificate equips students for various future plans from college to career.
Over 1,000 students across the country are FinanciallyFit certified. With our new platform, you can be next!
The FinanciallyFit Online Certificate offers 2 learning experiences:
High School Learning in English
Elementary Learning in English
From understanding student loans and insurance, healthy investing, and analyzing paychecks, the FinanciallyFit program strives to implement financial literacy for the next generation. The course can be completed independently, allowing students everywhere the opportunity to become FinanciallyFit certified. Upon completion, students will receive their FinanciallyFit certification to apply to future applications, job opportunities, and profiles.
Together, students hold $1.5 trillion in debt. 42 million teenagers across the country spend over $2,500 each annually. This number is only rising.
Our Financially Fit Certificate is the perfect addition to a resume and LinkedIn to verify extensive financial knowledge and money preparedness.
Source: Forbes, Lexington Law
How long does it take to get the certificate?
The course takes 5 days. No more than an hour each day.
What content is covered?
Loans, insurance, investing, credit and credit scores, payment types, student loans, how to pay and understand your taxes, analyzing paychecks, and more.
Bring the Certificate platform into your online classroom through our series of videos. We have streamlined the student experience and improved the tools for educators.
Our new certificate platform allows for greater classroom integration Educators can access reports on student activity and completion.
Behavioral science shows that children form financial habits by age 7, making it critical to start financial literacy early, and reinforce yearly.
In School & At Home
Beginning in kindergarten, FitMoney provides in school and at home financial literacy programs that start before financial habits are formed.
Free & Accessible
Financial literacy programs need to be available to everyone free of charge and meet educators, students, and families where they are.