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The Jonathan D. Rosen
Family Foundation, a not-for-profit 501(c)(3), is committed to providing individuals with the knowledge
necessary to make sound financial decisions through its "Wealthy Habits" programs. This knowledge will
improve their lives and ultimately their community. Without these
essential skills, many will be ill-prepared to tackle the difficult
economic road ahead.
Wealthy Habits - Personal Finance Made Fun.
Financial habits are formed early. The Wealthy Habits programs give
students a competitive edge by teaching them to think differently about
making, spending and saving money while also providing them the skills
to manage it properly. These lessons ultimately lead to changing the
students’ mindset with regards to their future financial success.
Programs for middle school and high school students consist of 12
hours of instruction over a two-day period. Our engaging instructors
teach concept through hands on applications that students can relate to.
Real life scenarios and physical participation encourages students to
listen and engage in conversations about what they know and what they
have questions about.
Budgeting, Banking, Borrowing
Saving Early and Saving Often
Making Money and Paying Taxes
Debt and Credit
Playing the Money Game To Win
Developing the Right Money Habits
This is a great opportunity that will have a lasting impact on the
lives of students and prepare them for their financial futures. Classes
are held year round in the Dunwoody/Perimeter area.
Not only do students enjoy learning about finance, but they leave
with a new understanding of what’s important and how they can make a
change to increase the chances of future financial success.