A financial literacy curriculum designed by a father-son duo is helping students at one high school learn how to invest in the stock market.
Virginia esquire Kevon L. Chisolm and his 11-year-old son, Kamari Chisolm, announced the launch of Black Wallstreeter Consultation Services back in March to aid people, particularly young people, with increasing their wealth.
“By working with a team of like-minded people, a club can help relieve the stress of trying to improve your financial situation alone,” Chisolm said at the time. “Anyone over the age of 8 is encouraged to attend the seminars.”
Now, their in-depth curriculum is up and running at Vance High School in Charlotte, North Carolina. Called “Junior Wallstreeters: Empowering Youth with Financial Wellness,” the purpose of the course is to provide young people with financial education and discipline. And, as a result, possibly lower the wealth gap between generations.