Kassady G. – Schurr High School

April 9, 2018

It’s a very exciting next 4 months for many high school seniors all over the US. We are all in that final transition from kids to young adults and heading into greater endeavors, such as college […]

Melita K. – Mater Dei High School

April 9, 2018

What can young adults do to become better savers? What can they do to remain debt free?

In today’s world, many young Americans struggle with debt. In fact, one in every ten college graduates accumulates more than $40,000 in student loans
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Evan L. – Schurr High School

April 9, 2018

Super Saver
Money! Money!!! MONEY!!! I need to make some money. Hmm. should I try to become a professional athlete. Nope, too slow. How about a supermodel? No, too ugly. What can I do to secure my financial future? […]

Chloe M. – Marina High School

April 9, 2018

Saving. This is a concept that all individuals will need to learn how to do whether they come to the realization at an early age and get a head start, or when they grow up and run into problems which teaches them a valuable lesson. […]

John G. – Schurr High School

April 9, 2018

THE ESSAY CHALLENGE
“Explain what young adults can do to become better savers?
What things can they do to remain debt-free?”
I am turning 18 at the end of June. On June 30, 2018, I will officially become a young adult. […]

Francis D. – Cabrillo High School

April 9, 2018

There are a lot of things young adults can do to save money. Young adults are known to have difficulties when it comes to saving money because whenever new shoes, new technology, or any new designer product comes out, they instantly want to buy it. […]

John A. – Cabrillo High School

April 9, 2018

With the mounting debts and loans people have to carry, more specifically, adults, financial literacy is becoming more important now than ever. Financial struggle is not a concept lost from many people; however, it is not impossible to rid yourself of the burden of debt.
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Jocelyn S. – Cabrillo High School

April 9, 2018

Young adults may think that saving money isn’t important or it won’t affect them in the future. Their main focus is getting what they want, trying to fit in with others. It may be hard at first but it will be worth every penny in the end. […]

Jocelyn LV. – Cabrillo High School

April 9, 2018

Save Smart, Live Smart
The thought of growing up, gaining a great deal of responsibilities, and paying for college can be scary for a teen and relying on one’s parents for money. Not to mention, the cost of having fun as a young adult can be very costly. […]

Kalis C. – City Honors College Preparatory

April 9, 2018

Essay Challenge

My mother always told me, “Do not save what is left after spending, but spend what is left after saving”. This saying stuck with me over time, but I never truly understood its meaning until I recently attended a workshop hosted by Nuvision Federal Credit Union.
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Emma B. – Marina High School

April 9, 2018

From Past Mistakes to Future Opportunities: The Path to Better Money Management and Saving

I recently attended Nuvision’s financial education seminar at Marina High School. Knowing that money is at the root of everything we do and essential in our society to maintain a good standard of living, I wanted to learn more.
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