* Hands On Banking Pitch Competition * Junior Investment Program * Dollars and $ense * College Sophomore Scholars Program * Saturday Leadership* Our National Financial Literacy programs are designed to provide early exposure opportunities into Banking * Entrepreneurship Basics * Investing for 6th to 12th grade students and college students to learn about their strengths, develop workforce readiness skills, gain an understanding of entrepreneurship, and be introduced to corporate careers. We invite your students to attend this free unique educational experience that will empower them to be their best selves and be successful now and well into future.100 Black Men of Philadelphia, Inc. is committed to the intellectual development of the youth and economic empowerment of the African-American community. Improving the financial education of the youth at an early age will economically empower individual. families, whole communities, and entire regions to succeed financially.Program learning & activities include: Student Strengths DevelopmentEntrepreneurship BasicsInterpersonal CommunicationEssentials to Corporate & Career SuccessOn the Job Shadowing/Career Day“Shark Tank” Competition Stipends (eligible programs only)Compete @ National Conference, June 2021 (eligible programs only)PROGRAM DATES: Saturdays January - June 2020.JUNIOR INVESTMENT "Stock Market Game" - Coed students (6th to 12th grades) will compete on teams of 2 to 5 members; National 1st Place Prize $1,500 / 2nd Place $750 / 3rd Place $500BENEFITSLAPTOP Grand Prize to Contest Winner (eligible programs only) Receive Success CertificateCareer Day and Awards Ceremony (TBA)H.S. Seniors eligible to apply to 100 Black Men of America National Scholarships (must attend 1/9/2021 Open House and 1/16/2021 session) 100 Black Men of Philadelphia, Inc. is committed to the intellectual development of the youth and economic empowerment of the African-American community. Improving the financial education of the youth at an early age will economically empower individual families, whole communities, and entire regions to succeed financially.Cheyney University College Students are encouraged to participate in in Collegiate 100 (C100) program. NOTE: NATIONAL PROGRAM PARTICIPATION IS SUBJECT TO NATIONALS APPROVAL & GRANT FUNDING. All #100BlackMenPhilly Young CEO Financial programs are CO-ED. Students may only participate in a single National program at a time.