Empower students to plan for their future
Give students a real-life tool to make personalized, informed decisions for life after high school. Whether they need help making smart decisions about student loans, creating a monthly budget based on their career, or planning for long term financial goals, Money Path helps students see and realistically plan for their futures.
Money Path Outcomes
84% of students reported increasing their knowledge of how income, spending, and saving are all connected
Student Loan Sense
89% of students reported they are more likely to determine what student loan amount is manageable
95% of students reported they are more likely to set up a savings plan for important financial goals
For all students – no matter where their future leads
Students need meaningful opportunities to reinforce personal finance concepts in the context of real-life decisions – like career choices and life planning. That’s what Money Path lets them do. Whether it’s heading to college, transitioning to the workforce, beginning an apprenticeship or entering the military, Money Path gives students the chance to see where their path will take them and plan for their financial future.
It’s an experience unlike anything provided by other personal finance tools on the market.
Alexis wants to go to college. She’s ready to invest in higher education so she can pursue the career that most interests her. She’s been accepted for admission at several colleges, and she needs to decide which school is right for her. Read more
Rowan wants to go right into the workforce. They want to start earning an income right away, and they’re looking for a job with room for advancement so they can earn more over time. They’ve got a job lined up, but they want to make sure the salary will be enough to cover their bills. Read more
Cameron wants to start an apprenticeship in the trades. He wants a career that’s active and hands-on. It’s important to him to avoid debt and start saving right away, which means he needs a strong starting salary at a job that doesn’t require a college degree. Read more
Katelyn wants to enlist in the military. She’s considering college down the line, but right now she wants a career path that will help her avoid debt and give her a strong, broadly applicable skill set so she has lots of options in the future. Read more
Make it real now. Before it gets real later.
What students, administrators, academic/career counselors & educators are saying about Money Path.