Frequently Asked Questions
We schedule an annual Parent “Money Matters” Forum and workshops for Super Moguls, ages 19 – 26.
Our Moguls represent over 200 public, private, charter and independent schools in the New York Tri-State area.
No, we offer over 100 programming events throughout the year.
There is no residency requirement.
9:00am – 4:30pm Sharp
Absolutely! All are welcome!
Our families are economically-diverse; but all parents and students have a strong desire for financial and technology education.
99% of our students successfully graduate.
We receive frequent requests to hold financial workshops. However, we believe that students deserve and need a minimum of 40 classroom hours of financial education; as opposed to a one hour workshop.
Yes! And we recommend that a child does so as a refresher until they are at least 18 years old.
Yes. However, we strongly advise that parents pack a lunch if their child has a large appetite or unique tastes.
While parents are responsible for their child’s transportation, we are happy to connect other parents in your area to share car-pooling responsibilities.
Financial education is a urgent lifelong and generational need. Our year round organization’s service are valued at $3,000.00 annually. We subsidize $2700.00 per child. Parents buy-in by contributing the remaining ($275-$325.00) balance via a payment plan (estimated $10.00 per week) or fundraise monies from family and friends. As a result, low income parents report that they learn how to budget and contribute towards what they value and towards their own financial independence.
Yes. All children must dress in business casual attire. Beach and athletic attire, including sneakers are not permitted.
Yes, zero bullying is permitted by parents or children. There is also a Don’t-Act-A-Fool policy. Parents or children violating this policy will be immediately dismissed.
The Institute provides alumni follow-up and enrichment activities in the fall and the spring.
Yes, we are proud partners with Posse Foundation, Prep For Prep, A Better Chance, Teak Fellowship and Year Up. We are happy to recommend our graduates for consideration.
The Institute registration contribution is non-refundable or transferable, no matter what the reason.
Yes. There is a $.25 per minute late fee.
Yes, there is an annual graduation ceremony to celebrate Institute graduation.
While not required, participation is strongly encouraged.
There is a Financial Presenter and a Classroom Leader assigned to each class.