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Aspire


Aspire: Preparing the financial future of students aged 14-18

Course Details

Target User:

Target User:

Ages 14-18

Curriculum Placement:

Curriculum Placement:

PSHE (and related subjects), Careers, Economics

Time:

Time:

4.5 hours

No Cost:

No Cost:

Free for teachers
and students

Quality assured

Quality assured

Aspire is fully accredited by Young Money (formerly PFEG)

Overview

By partnering with EVERFI to bring Aspire to students in your community, your organisation has the opportunity to help students develop the essential knowledge they need to make smart decisions about how to make, save and invest money.
Aspire helps students learn about the economy holistically through different perspectives: as a consumer, an employee and an entrepreneur or employer, and understand its relevance to their lives.

Our sponsorship programme enables your company to drive measurable and lasting social impact by supporting young people’s financial learning at scale.

“As someone who’s taught the material for nearly 20 years I’ve not come across anything better”Julian King, KS4 Economics teacher

Why sponsor Aspire?

  • Fully white-labelled digital platform that will empower and enable students with the financial capability they need to build successful futures.
  • Ability to reach and engage students across the UK
  • Robust reports to show your impact on students
  • Opportunity to add additional bespoke elements, such as facilitated employee volunteering opportunities

Sponsor This Course

Fill out the form today to find out more about sponsoring Aspire for students in your community.









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    Activation

    When you sponsor Aspire, you will be supported by our bespoke creative services, including marketing, PR, events, content development, competitions, research and evaluation.