Teach Me Wall Street Returns With New Teen Summer Camps for 2021

Headlines were recently made when a group of Redditors banded together to buy and raise the price of stocks such as GameStop and AMC. This caused billions of dollars of losses to several big institutional investors who had assumed large short positions in those same stocks and had to buy to cover as a result of the price rise.

How does this all work? For the average high schooler, it can seem quite complicated and mysterious (and scary!) Fortunately, you can learn all about the world of investing in stocks, bonds, real estate, options, foreign currency, etc. through an online camp called TEACH ME WALL STREET.

Teach Me Wall Street

Teens aged 13-18 are invited to a one-of-a-kind series of courses which cover all the basics of investing from a REAL WORLD perspective. By learning about the following topics, you will be able to make money with smart investments and get a head start on saving for your future:

  • the stock market
  • currency trading
  • related financial institutions
  • fintech (finance technology) and jobs
  • and how they all come together.

Teach Me Wall Street offers four weekly online summer boot-camps that empower teens with real world knowledge about money, investing, trading and the role of Wall Street and banks – topics rarely covered in school.

Gain a distinct advantage studying from your bedroom or living room with these fun, interactive Summer Camp Tracks:

Track 1- Wall Street 101 – Explore how Wall Street works and who the players are. 

Track 2 – Investing – Learn about Stocks, Bonds and other financial instruments and the best investment strategies to help you grow your money. 

Track 3 – Fintech, Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency  – Focus on new, uncharted and developing technologies and the exciting career opportunities they present.

Track 4 – Budgeting and Beyond – Learn how to create and manage a budget and avoid financial pitfalls.

Camp Details:

  • Tracks are run twice a day to accommodate students in different time zones.
  • Camp runs Monday – Friday, 10am -12pm EST, and 1pm – 3pm EST.
  • Students enroll in the 10am EST or 1pm EST camp classes. If their schedule changes, they can switch to the alternative class time for the day.
  • The first Boot-Camp session begins, Monday, June 14, 2021

What’s included?

  • Live, interactive and engaging instruction (not a boring Zoom lecture)
  • Educational games with prizes
  • Instructors with real life Wall Street backgrounds
  • Parents’ discussion guide
  • Optional homework / extra credit work for students
  • Recording of session if you miss the class
  • Certificates upon completion

How Much Does It Cost?

The five-day camp tracks are priced between $300 and $500, depending on the track selected.

Will students enjoy this?

Absolutely. Teach Me Wall Street has taught hundreds of students and many have enrolled in ALL the classes and camps they offer.  They love Wall Street and know how to make it fun and interesting. See testimonials and learn more on their website at www.teachmewallstreet.com

“The best gift any educator can get is seeing how, when students learn, they are able to connect all the dots. Countless times people have told me how they are taught about various things, but never really understand how it all works. However, when taking a workshop or tour with us there is context and history, and we make it fun – so it is easy to learn how the stock exchange and the whole financial system works.

—ANNALINE DINKELMANN, FOUNDER

Past teachers who brought student groups in person rave:

“Great company to work with! I highly recommend booking a tour or workshop with them.”

“Thank you for a wonderful and informative Wall Street tour. The students and staff enjoyed it very much! Keep up the good work. Looking forward to booking next year.”

“Thank you for everything! You’ve brought invaluable knowledge to our kids.”

For more information, check out https://www.teachmewallstreet.com/ 

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