Girl Scout Juniors – Budget Maker Badge Workshop – Littleton
A budget involves keeping track of how to spend and save money to reach a goal. So, why do Girl Scout Juniors need to keep a budget? Maybe they want to purchase something, but it costs more money than they have. Or after their troop has an idea of where to spend money earned from Girl Scout fundraising, they then make a fundraising goal they aim to meet. Creating a budget helps them plan to meet those goals. As part of that plan, Girl Scout Juniors learn smart ways to spend, save, and share money.
At this Charles Schwab workshop, Girl Scout Juniors will:
1. Investigate why they want what they want
2. Practice spend-save-share
3. Learn how to decide what to buy
4. Find out how financial services help people save
5. Build a special save-share plan
Girl Scout Cadettes – Budget Manager Badge Workshop – Aurora
At this Charles Schwab workshop, Girl Scout Cadettes will have a chance to imagine their ideal life. Traveling, spending time with family, or able to splurge on things they want? The way people manage their money can help make their goals a reality. How they spend, save, and share money also impacts their well-being and long-term happiness. Now is a good time for Girl Scout Cadettes to look at their values, explore their money habits, and practice being a good budget manager.
Girl Scout Cadettes will:
1. Find out how their budget reflects their values
2. Learn how to track their spending
3. Find ways to earn money for themselves or their troop
4. Explore how to make money decisions ”
5. Set a goal for how they’ll give back
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