Programs

Creating engaging programming that promotes financial education plus economic opportunity is something we work hard to accomplish.

Check out our growing list of programs that fit that criteria below.

Lemonade Day Washtenaw County

Introducing youth to entrepreneurship as kids learn how to start, own, and operate their own businesses-a lemonade stand.

Youth Business Fair

Supporting and encouraging youth entrepreneurship by showcasing middle and high school aged business owners in the community.

740 Credit Club

Exploring the world of credit as participants learn about credit scores, the factors that go into those scores, and what they can do to maintain a good score. 

Young Investors Coalition

Understanding the stock market is tricky which is why we teach youth the ins and outs of the market in a fun yet competitive way.

FiT for College

Preparing high school students for the financial demands of higher education. From completing the FAFSA to understanding dorm life, we get you financially prepared for college.

Program Values

Inclusiveness

Inclusiveness

We encourage programs and events that are open to diverse communities

Empathy

Empathy

We strive to truly understand how poverty affects current and future generations

Support

Support

We want everyone to know that they are not alone by connecting them to resources

Compassion

Compassion

We work to diligently find ways to prevent and alleviate factors that can cause poverty

Accountability

Accountability

Making sure every program and/or event has a positive success rate.

Inspirational

Inspirational

We want to encourage people to reach their aspirations while considering their financial situation.

Supporting the Next Generation

Every donation allows us to proactively fight against poverty and spread financial literacy throughout Michigan

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Community Support

Thank you to all of the organizations that have supported DCU Next Generation programming.