DOLLARS & $ENSE FINANCIAL LITERACY

Organization name: 100 Black Men of Indianapolis, Inc.

Program Type

Financial aid & financial literacy programs

Ages Served:

12-18 Years

Overview

Brief Program Summary: Mentors guide male and female students in 9th-12th grades on managing and investing. Teams research, monitor, and assess their investments to go head to head in a national portfolio competition at the conclusion of the program.
Success Metrics: Committed students will be rewarded for their effort, become knowledgeable in personal finance and investments, and develop a desire to pursue these topics in a higher educational environment. Students receive scholarship amounts based upon their local co

Demographics

Number Served & Racial Distribution:

Total Number of Individuals Annually Served

20-30 students

Black or African Americans Annually Served

N/A

Hispanic or Latinos Annually Served

N/A

Geographic Scope:

− Central Indiana Counties: Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Marion,
Morgan, Putnam, Shelby
− Additional/Other Areas of Focus: –

Resources

Annual Operating Cost: N/A
Initial Start-Up Cost: N/A

Contact Information

Organization Name: 100 Black Men of Indianapolis, Inc.
Website: https://100blackmenindy.org/the-dollars-ense-financial-literacy-program
Respondents Name: William Durham
Email: wdurham@100blackmenindy.org

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