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Building Future Prosperity

Helping students build financial and career skills that will better prepare them for the real world.


Addressing the Financial Literacy Gap

During the 2021-2022 school year in the U.S., nearly one in four high school students had guaranteed access to personal finance courses. However, according to Next Gen Personal Finance, this figure drops to one in 20 students in schools where more than 75% of students are economically disadvantaged, as determined by eligibility for the USDA’s Free and Reduced Price Meal program. This inequitable distribution of personal finance education perpetuates the existing socioeconomic gaps in our communities.

Intuit is uniquely positioned to address this inequality and education gap through our products, TurboTax, Credit Karma, QuickBooks, and Mailchimp, and Design for Delight (D4D), our design thinking methodology to problem solving.


Students prepared for jobs since FY20


School districts in partnership


Students will be prepared for jobs by FY25

Job Readiness

Our job readiness work focuses on three areas: finance skills, career skills such as critical thinking and collaboration, and career education that showcases career pathways through internships and mentorships.

We start by introducing students to the basics of finance knowledge through Intuit’s Financial Literacy Foundations coursework. Then, using real-world tools, including QuickBooks and TurboTax, combined with Intuit’s expertise, curriculum, and financial simulations, we help students build habits to increase financial acumen.

Investing in School Districts

In FY22, we expanded our Prosperity Hub School District Program to partner with 21 school districts across nine countries and have now better prepared 1,268,967 students for jobs since the program began. As part of Intuit's Prosperity Hub School District Scholarship Program, we've awarded $50,000 to 20 students ($2,500 each) from Prosperity Hub School Districts in the U.S. to help them pursue a higher education diploma.

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