Summer Camp for Teens Teaches Money, Moving Out and More

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PRESS RELEASE (6/10/2013)- Summer financial camps for teens are a great place to let them learn information they probably will never learn in school and sometimes never at home.

Back by popular demand, parents this summer have the rare opportunity to let someone else make sure their teens know exactly what it’s going to take to move out and live on their own successfully. Most parents admit they wished they’d learned this stuff when before they moved out. 

This summer, teenagers can spend 3 fun-filled days at Moving Out! for Teens learning how to find an apartment, buy and take care of a car, buy groceries and stay within their budget. They’ll also explore different ways to make money, explore the truth about credit cards and oh, yeah, how to manage and grow their money so they can be productive, contributing members of society. 

The Moving Out! summer camp for teens is presented by Creative Wealth Intl, LLC, June 28-30, 2013 in Santa Barbara. Creative Wealth has been putting on summer financial camps since 2002.

 “Every year I get calls from parents all over the United States begging us to host our  Moving Out! for Teens program again.” says Elisabeth Donati, creator of Camp Millionaire®, The Money Game® and founder of Creative Wealth International.  “By empowering our teens with the information they need to be fully responsible for themselves when they move out and live in the adult world, we’ve done our best to prepare them to live life fully and be part of the solution instead of ending up dependent on the system.”

This 3-day financial and life-skills workshop uses a very unique curriculum and The Money Game to help teens really understand the world of money, moving out and success. The program is open to parents as well (if their teen is willing to have them join in the fun that is). Participants not only get hands-on experience with things like filing out applications, buying cars and shopping for groceries, cleaning apartments and creating budgets, they also get first hand experience from the parents who often share some pretty valuable ‘been there, done that’ stories during the final session at the end of the summer camp.

Space is limited to 25 teens ages 14-19. We promise to deliver teenagers back to their parents far better prepared to face the financial challenges of being an adult. Cost is just $295 per teen and 25% off for siblings. And if money is an objective, there are plenty of scholarships for those teens whose parents can’t afford to send them to this all-important teen summer camp.

For more information, visit www.campmillionaire.com or call Elisabeth Donati at 805-957-1024.

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