In collaboration with college students from Tufts University, the FitMoney Fellows Initiative promotes equitable access to financial literacy education through the deployment of student mentors to high school classrooms.
Through college chapters, FitMoney Fellows selectively recruits and rigorously trains college students to teach financial literacy workshops in local high schools. As slightly older peers who relate to the experiences of students, FitMoney Fellows mentors are in a unique position to connect with students and develop impactful relationships centered around healthy financial decisions.
High School Partners
We believe that financial literacy education should be accessible to all high school students. Working with local communities, FitMoney Fellows partners with nearby high schools to provide students in grades 9-12 with quality financial literacy training that suits the needs of the student population without placing a financial burden on the institution.
Designed by college students and teachers, the FitMoney Fellows curriculum provides comprehensive training in a variety of personal finance topics through interactive and engaging workshops. Partner schools can choose from a set of either four or eight modules that can be taught both virtually and in person and customized to match any further needs of the audience.
FitMoney Fellows on TikTok
In celebration of Financial Literacy Month, FitMoney Fellows launched a TikTok channel bringing personal finance videos onto the screens of students across the country.