If you’re a teen or young adult about to become financially responsible, this Zoom series is for you! We’ll be working through important questions about real-world finances, including “How does a mortgage work?” and “Do I really need insurance?” Bring your own questions, too!

The series is four weeks long with sessions on Mondays at 4:30pm and Fridays at 10am – join whichever time works best for you.

Click here to join the Zoom session.

Sample Budget – this is a Google Sheets budget with realistic expense amounts. Participants are encouraged to download this resource.


How much does this cost?

It’s free! (Don’t worry – we’re not trying to sell you anything.)

Where do I pre-register?

There’s no need to pre-register! Just log in to the Zoom session at the time that works best. We’ll share an attendance link during the session.

Do I have to be graduating high school or college to participate?

Nope! Any teen or young adult can join, learn, and ask questions. It’s just easier to say grads!

Do I have to attend every session?

Nope – you can come to just one week, or all four! Monday and Friday sessions will be pretty similar, so join whichever one works better for you.

What is FLiCK?

FLiCK stands for the Financial Literacy and Intelligence Center of Knowledge! We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Our mission is to offer financial education to all Hoosiers, for free! We’ll never sell you anything and we don’t make commissions from our referrals. We’re only interested in helping folks avoid financial mistakes!