The Money XLive Financial Professional Challenge is calling on those involved in the financial field to volunteer to teach a financial literacy class in their local community.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 8, 2010
Financial illiteracy is condemning many Americans to a lifetime of debt and financial struggle. The Stand Up for Financial Literacy campaign is designed to help today’s youth to successfully navigate the financial challenges that await them in the ‘real world’ through its partnership with Money XLive.
Starting in April 2010 (Financial Literacy Month), the national Stand Up for Financial Literacy Campaign will be collaborating with financial advisors, business professional, coaches, educators and community leaders to bring the Money XLive multimedia financial education presentation to communities across the country. These events are designed to educate, motivate and move students to take positive action toward building a solid financial foundation.
The Money XLive Financial Professional Challenge is calling on those involved in the financial field to volunteer to teach a financial literacy class in their local community. The Stand Up for Financial Literacy campaign provides a wide range of resources for financial advisors and concerned citizens that are looking to make a difference in the well-being of our youth.
The Money XLive Multimedia workshops features exclusive celebrity videos, a turnkey delivery system and include all the resources that facilitators need to make a positive difference in their community. This financial education event features live entertainment acts to help motivate students to learn as they watch their favorite celebrities share personal stories that supports the practical financial education curriculum.
The multimedia financial education workshop is based off the Money XLive event. The live event is a concert style event that brings out celebrities, entertainment and the leading financial literacy experts to communities across the country. The next Money XLive event is scheduled for April 17th in Grand Junction, Colorado.
“We are excited to partner with Money XLive and host financial education events that give today’s youth an exciting way to pick up practical money skills and entrepreneurship lessons,” states Sarano Kelley, founder of the Stand Up for Financial Literacy campaign.
The National Youth Financial Educators Council, producers of Money XLive, provide training and support to the community leaders that want to share practical money management lessons within their community. The Stand Up for Financial Literacy campaign will also help the community leaders give back to their community, build goodwill and make a true difference in the lives of their participants.
“The partnership with the Stand Up for Financial Literacy campaign will help us deliver financial workshops to families across the country,” states Vince Shorb founder of Money XLive. “We are proud to partner with the Stand Up for Financial Literacy campaign and recognize their role in uniting the financial literacy movement.”
Community leaders, financial advisors and others that are interested in being a part of the Stand Up for Financial Literacy campaign and bring Money XLive multimedia to their community can contact Traci@FinancialEducatorsCouncil.org.
About Stand Up for Financial Literacy Campaign (http://www.Stand4FL.org)
Sarano Kelley, founder of the Stand Up for Financial Literacy campaign, was Vice President of Professional and Management Development for leading producers and the CEO of Paine Webber. He was rated as the ‘number one speaker’ at the Securities Industry Association for several years that was run by the Wharton School of Business. He also holds the record for the largest single productivity increases on Wall Street and is author of, ‘The Game: Win Your Life in 90 Days’. Sarano was the star of VH1’s ‘Broke and Famous’ that aired in November 2009. This chronicled the rags-to-riches-to-rags story of Willie Aames, who is best known for his roles in television shows such as ‘Eight is Enough’ and ‘Charles in Charge’.
About Money XLive (http://www.MoneyXLive.com) and the National Youth Financial Educators Council (http://www.FinancialEducatorsCouncil.org)
Money XLive, founded by Vince Shorb and Chad Penry, is produced by the National Youth Financial Educators Council. Money XLive is one of the nation’s largest full production financial literacy events that teach youth the value of entrepreneurship and financial responsibility in an MTV award show style environment. Top celebrities, sport stars, recording artists and other entertainers to share practical money matters with young adults. This event has served over 30 nonprofits and thousands of youth. Money XLive Multimedia was designed to help bring the excitement of the live event to communities across the country. Money XLive just had an event in Seattle, WA that served over 1,300 students and the next event is in Grand Junction, CO on April 17th.