Our Mission:The mission of KWHS is to promote global financial literacy, entrepreneurship and leadership among high school students and educators by providing free innovative educational content.
Global Young Leaders Academy
High School students from India are invited to apply to attend a two-week intensive, summer leadership program being held at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Lesson PlansKWHS worked with high school students, educators, Wharton students and business professionals to develop over 400 business lesson plans that cover 10 subjects.
Video GlossaryA comprehensive video glossary of hundreds of business-related terms.
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While recent research suggest a significant gender gap for young people entering science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields, plenty of women are already hard at work as scientists, researchers and other high-tech professionals. KWHS spends some time with a senior research investigator at Bristol-Myers Squibb to better understand what her job is all about.
Content sponsored by PwC
New ways of doing things, particularly involving something as intimate as finances, are often met with a degree of skepticism and paranoia. Consumers, financial institutions and others face challenges in the adoption of these various technologies that are changing how we handle our personal finances – everything from online credit card transactions to cryptocurrencies.
In this month’s personal-finance column for KWHS, Zina Kumok talks gas prices, maintenance, insurance and why the cash you need for your car definitely doesn’t end with the purchase.