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Register for Financial Literacy Summer Camp

Ernst & Young LLP is happy to announce eight 30-minute webinars to help young children, teens and young adults learn personal finance basics this summer. Each Financial Literacy Summer Camp webinar will be presented live and include interactive activities designed to inform and engage participants with easy-to-understand lessons. We invite you to register your child for one or more of the live webinars. For more information, review Frequently Asked Questions.

2022 FINANCIAL LITERACY SUMMER CAMP SESSIONS

Younger campers
  • Making cents of money – Get to know money (units and value) and its relationship with simple math. Each participant is invited to bring a few coins of different denominations and a dollar bill for a discussion of physical traits that make each bill or coin unique. July 12, 11:00 a.m. ET July 20, 4:00 p.m. ET
Older campers
  • The young person's guide to stock investing – How to invest for goals that are seven or more years away. Learn about stocks and stock funds and why they're well-suited to long-term goals. July 13, 11:00 a.m. ET July 27, 3:00 p.m. ET

ZOOM PRIVACY STATEMENT

Disclaimers:

You are responsible for determining whether a financial literacy webinar is appropriate for your child. By registering, you provide consent for your child to participate. The live webinars will be recorded for quality and training purposes. A webinar recording will not be shared outside of the EY organization if such recording includes video or audio participation from an individual other than an EY facilitator.

The EY Financial Literacy program strives to provide a safe and inclusive environment for participants. Participants are responsible for maintaining appropriate conduct during the webinars. EY facilitators reserve the right to remove participants based on behavior the facilitator views as objectionable or disruptive. Because the webinars are interactive and presented live, EY may be unable to control the behavior or comments from all participants. You assume the risk of your child's participation.

Information provided in the webinars will be general in nature and is meant to enhance general knowledge on well-accepted financial literacy topics. It is not intended to be construed as tax, legal, financial or investment advice and will not consider any specific participant's facts and circumstances.

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