The Citi Foundation-SMU Financial Literacy Program for Young Adults is a financial education programme catering to young adults between the ages of 17 and 30.
In a competitive landscape where money often has the final word, there is a pressing need for young adults to learn about taking control of their finances. Many will want to start planning a roadmap to financial success. This is where the program can help to answer the million-dollar question: how to stay the course and build lifelong wealth?
All of the essentials are included in this world-ready program. These include finance skills that will help young adults to manage their money, accumulate cash and gain a solid head start in life.
The one-of-a-kind program was initiated after a 2005 National Financial Survey reported that young people need expert help to understand their finances. Next to retirees and the unemployed, young people rank as the least prepared when it comes to financial management and planning for their financial milestones. These are the critical skills, essential to survival in the 21st century.
Join today and let the program help you carve out a secure path in the complex world of personal finance.