Resources on Entrepreneurship & Financial Literacy
Resources in Miami-Dade County
Adrian D. Freeman Fellows Program - Yearlong fellowship which facilitates local youth becoming active members in three areas of focus: entrepreneurship, social change, and leadership.
Branches Florida - Helps working families and their children break the cycle of generational poverty by serving, educating and inspiring people through student, family and financial wellness services in partnership with our communities.
BankOn Miami - Partners with local organizations and banks to educate the low-income communities on financial responsibility and first time bank accounts.
Code Fever Miami - Aims to stimulate innovation in the black community via coding and startup bootcamps, small mentorship opportunities, and Blacktech Week (an annual conference which facilitates networking opportunities for black startups).
Girls Who Code - Free 7-week summer program for girls with little to no coding experience.
LaunchCode - Offers training programs and learning resources to those interested in technology to later connect them with career opportunities in the field.
Leaders by Empowerment, Activists by Development (L.E.A.D. Nation) - By way of the South Florida Youth Summit and the Adrian D. Freeman Fellows program, L.E.A.D. Nation extends an opportunity for youth to develop skills such as public speaking and leadership.
South Florida Youth Summit - Multi-day annual summit which explores the significance of nutrition, entrepreneurship, social change, leadership, STEM and youth violence prevention.
StartUp FIU - Relays information about entrepreneurship with a fun twist.
Synovus - Provides commercial and retail banking, investment, and mortgage services through 249 branches and 335 ATMs in Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, Florida, and Tennessee.
United Way Center for Financial Stability - Provides individuals and families with financial capability services (from financial coaching to tax preparation).
Urban League of Greater Miami - Offers a multitude of services and camps which promote financial equity for children of color in low income areas of Miami.
Wyncode - 6-week high school coding bootcamp for students (14-18).
Finimpact How to Empower and Support Young Entrepreneurs - Resources and tips for young entrepreneurs
Jump$tart - Brings together the financial literacy community to work together to educate and prepare our nation’s youth for life-long financial success.
Money Instructor - Helps teach teens financial skills with interactive lessons, informative articles and useful links.
The Mint - Tool for figuring out finances.
BizKid$ - Offers courses, videos, and blogs specifically catered to youth who wish to become entrepreneurs.
Money Talks - Increases the financial literacy capability of youth and young adults (14-24) by giving them applied experiences that encourage fiscally sound decision-making in marketplace transactions.
360 Degrees of Financial Literacy - Helps Americans understand their personal finances and develop money management skills.
Pigly Guide to Emergency Savings - A guide that teaches kids the importance of building an emergency savings plan