The Wealth Pool seeks to partner with Higher Ed at the college and university levels. All students seek to acquire skills and knowledge from a wide range of academic disciplines to pursue that financially rewarding career, yet so few colleges and universities teach the underlying math to instill healthy financial habits.
Students may not have the capacity to pay for financial tutoring, but they certainly have the capacity to learn and the curiosity to explore. The Wealth Pool has a "Student Portal" through which partnering institutions can avail their student body to a private, student-only experience. Students are free to have fun experimenting, exploring, and planning their financial lives ahead – at no cost to them or their institutions.
For schools that do offer courses in Personal Finance, these classes are heavily over subscribed. By partnering with The Wealth Pool, institutions get to avail their entire student body to powerful tools that promote healthy financial habits.
With the costs of Higher Education outpacing inflation for many years now, younger persons and their families are asking: is college worth it? Students can experiment with The Wealth Pool to see what future incomes are necessary to support the lifestyle they want to live.
Albert Einstein once coined compound interest as “the 8th wonder of the world.” Young adults have the longest runways – meaning they have time to recover from the financial downturns life throws our way. The Wealth Pool clearly shows the numbers that result from compound interest and the importance of a younger person saving early in life.