F.A.C.E. seminars offer an easy solution to a complex problem. Led by a former on-campus marketer for a leading credit card institution and a college professor, our on-site workshops offer expert advice, easy-to-use tools, and applicable resources today’s adolescents need to build a strong financial future.

How long are the workshops and how are they structured?

Each F.A.C.E. workshop typically lasts 90 minutes. We recommend that schools hold at least two workshops per semester for students. Through group exercises, discussions and other activities, we'll explore the importance of building a strong financial portfolio and avoiding some of the pitfalls of bad credit.

How does F.A.C.E. differ from other financial education companies?

Unlike other organizations that simply provide information and statistics, F.A.C.E brings financial experts to the seminars to assist in the education of the students. F.A.C.E. has created an on-site workshop for local high schools, colleges and other organizations that provide students with a detailed understanding of the successful strategies they need to become fiscally responsible adults. Seminars and workshops are supplemented by resources on the F.A.C.E. website.

Who should participate in F.A.C.E. seminars?

Students in grades 7-12 and college students who want to learn how to manage money and build good credit, as well as teachers/administrators who want to integrate a financial education component to their school’s curriculum with a leading 501c(3)

Is there a workshop in my region? If not, how can I take advantage of your resources?

F.A.C.E. is currently scheduling workshops in the Greater Philadelphia area. If you are interested in scheduling your school or organization for a seminar, click here. Additionally, we offer a variety of financial education resources on our website.