YOUTH SAVINGS & INVESTMENT CLUB (YSIC)
A core area of LIFE’s programs is the Youth Savings & Investment Club (YSIC), formerly the Youth Investment Club (YIC).
The mission of the YSIC is to increase students’ knowledge of financial matters so they can become better stewards, responsible savers, investors, and consumers. Students will learn how taking control of their finances can assist them in developing healthy and realistic behaviors and attitudes towards money and finances.
The focus areas of the youth investment program may include:
Fundamental of Money Management: banking; savings; budgeting; time value of money; compound interest; credit and debt management.
Introduction to investments: stocks and bonds; asset allocation; diversification; how to read the Wall Street Journal/financial pages.
Investment management: stock research; portfolio evaluation and review, company analyses and evaluation, corporate ethics.
Portfolio reviews and stock portfolio contest.
YSIC Program Structure
The three (3) hour program will expose youth to a variety of financial topics. The target age for this workshop series is age 12 (minimum) to 18 years of age.
Objectives will be accomplished with a variety of lecture, discussion, and interactive individual and group assignments and presentations.
How to Apply for the YSIC Program
The YSIC program is typically offered during the Fall and Spring seasons.
All parents / students must fully complete and sign the YSIC application to be enrolled in the series.
Enrollment is limited and is on a first come, first enrolled basis.
Full registration requires a completed application. Incomplete applications will not be accepted.
Spring 2020 Youth Savings &
Investment Club Series
Joint Project with the
Reid Temple AME Church
Literacy Institute for Financial Enrichment
WSSC Federal Credit Union
Financial Management Bootcamp
Saturday, February 29, 2020
10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Reid Temple AME Glendale,
11400 Glenn Dale Blvd, Glenn Dale, MD 20769
Youth registration requires a completed application (application link below) be emailed or faxed. Please be sure all requested information and signatures are provided. Incomplete youth applications will not be processed.