The demand for financial education has never been greater. Amidst a sea of misleading information, our aim is to furnish reliable, cost-free financial guidance in a single, user-friendly platform. 1st Advantage is thrilled to present Banzai—an acclaimed financial education program utilized by countless educators and learners nationwide. Take the Banzai Courses with your family or explore the financial topics you care most about – all at no cost to our members!
Banzai Junior Ages 8-12
Banzai Junior provides real-life scenarios that show users how to make wise decisions when faced with financial dilemmas. Designed for kids aged 8 to 12, Banzai Junior uses the storyline of a summer lemonade stand and the goal of a new bike—or hoverboard for the financially daring—to teach concepts like interest and fees, envelope budgeting, and discretionary income. This course also weaves in activities like quizzes and counting currency. Plus, Banzai Jr. is available in both English and Spanish!
Banzai Teen Ages 13-18
Created for users aged 13-18, Banzai Teen gives teens the opportunity to work through real-life financial problems in a safe environment. Throughout the course, the user’s goal is to save enough money to register at Vanderbilt Community College, but unforeseen challenges and quirky scenarios makes reaching that goal not-so-straightforward—just like real life! Plus, Banzai Teen can be played in English or Spanish.
Banzai Plus Ages 16+
Banzai Plus brings the same kind of budgeting simulations from the other Banzai courses and elevates it to an advanced level. With real-life dilemmas, exciting challenges, and the goal of purchasing a home, Banzai Plus makes complicated financial concepts easy to understand. Banzai Plus is available in both English and Spanish.
Banzai Digital Citizenship Ages 9-15
Digital Citizenship allows teens and kids (recommended ages 9-15) to practice navigating through online decisions securely.
Banzai College & Careers Ages 15-18
Banzai College & Careers courses help students (ages 15-18) prepare for the reality of transitioning to college life.