Prodigy is an economic resource center designed to empower youth, families, veterans, and communities through financial education, course training, and providing financial resources. Their objective is to assist in the development of financial awareness, entrepreneurship, and wealth building. Through these programs, their goal is to promote home ownership, open doors for small businesses, and provide the skills which guide individuals to make effective financial decisions.
- Home Mentorship Program - Homeownership education series provides families with the tools
necessary to make informed decisions regarding home ownership and the
responsibilities associated with such.
- Financial Literacy Program - Prodigy University provides a classroom course curriculum and an online
course curriculum for Financial Literacy. The age range of their courses
are 6th – 8th grade students, high school, college, and adults.
The financial literacy curriculum consists of 10 Modules:
- Financial Psychology
- Account Management
- Consumer Credit
- Loans & Debt
- Jobs & Careers
- Economic & Government Influences
- Risk Management & Insurance
- Retirement Planning
- Credit Counseling - Their dedicated Credit Counselors are IADPA and FICO Certified to aid in
the restoration and re-establishment process of Consumer Credit, and
Business Funding opportunities. The credit counselors' focus is to aid in
the removal of inaccurate reporting, and guide clients to build and
re-establish credit and positive history to help reach the desired goals. They have the
knowledge, experience, and resources to restore good scores and
- Business Funding Programs - At Prodigy, they provide a wide
range of business funding opportunities. Whether you have an established
business or a start-up they have solutions for you.
- Entrepreneur Empowerment Program - Prodigy University provides a classroom course curriculum and an online
course curriculum for Entrepreneur Empowerment. This course module
consists of 8 lessons:
- Becoming an Entrepreneur: Is it Right for You?
- What is a Social Entrepreneur?
- The Entrepreneurial Mindset
- Internet-Based Businesses
- How to Start Your Own Internet-Based Business
- Calculated Risks
- Creating a Social Enterprise
- Magazine Enterprise
- Energy Efficiency Program - If you are looking to reduce and save your energy bill, they have an
excellent resource for you! Some individuals have reduced what they
spend on energy up to 50%! Existing home owners can have solar
panels installed at no cost. It is free! And the best part about this
program is you can earn extra income while helping others save money on
- Prodigy Youth Program - Prodigy wants to advocate for the youth by facilitating financial
awareness and entrepreneurship. Engaging youth, and providing
activities such as financial fitness, promoting creativity, and
providing resources will aid these young individuals in preparing a
- Reentry Program - According to a Bureau of Justice Statistic study finding inmates
released from state prisons have a five-year recidivism rate of 76.6%,
the USSC study calculated comparable federal prisoners released have a
44.7% re-arrest rate after five years. A significant percentage
of these statistics are caused by lack of education, skills, and
resources to secure employment. The focus is to reform these individuals
into productive citizens to reintegrate back into society through
entrepreneur mentorship, financial education, providing reliable
resources, and forming an alliance with organizations with the same or
similar focus. Contact them to get more information about our workshops.