A Glimpse into the Classroom: Financial Literacy Classroom Sessions Wrap Up
The M. Ellen Carpenter Financial Literacy Program is in the homestretch and volunteers have just completed the classroom sessions. So far this year, the program has reached more than 1,000 students in the Greater Boston area. In the coming weeks, schools will gear up for trips to the Boston and Worcester Bankruptcy Courts for the “Consequences Module”— a mock hearing, presided over by a judge, where students will get a firsthand glimpse of the repercussions of poor financial decision making. Beyond the Billable stopped into a few schools to see the volunteers in action.
Here is a glimpse into the classroom sessions at East Boston High School and Boston Latin School:
Please look for photos from the Consequences Module in the coming weeks. For more information on the M. Ellen Carpenter Financial Literacy Program, please contact Katie D’Angelo, Public Service Programs Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This program is funded in part by the Boston Bar Foundation Charles P. Normandin Fund.
Posted on March 21, 2013, in M. Ellen Carpenter Financial Literacy Program, Public Service, Uncategorized and tagged Boston Public Schools, Community, Financial Literacy, M. Ellen Carpenter Financial Literacy, Public Service, Volunteers. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.