kids & teens

Financial Health

How teens manage their money — and how parents can guide them

A new Wells Fargo survey about teens and money shows that although teens have more life experience than younger children, they still need adult guidance as they learn to manage money.

Financial Health

Investment club helps teens get an ‘A’ in financial readiness

Most teens and parents give themselves a failing grade for their investment knowledge, according to a Wells Fargo survey. But programs such as Junior Investment Club are helping kids hone their investment acumen.

Volunteering & Giving

Helping to increase literacy among children in New York City

Since 2018, Wells Fargo has donated $550,000 to United Way of New York City’s ReadNYC program to help increase childhood literacy in low-income areas.

Diversity & Inclusion

Powering up Girls Who Code

Wells Fargo helps inspire the next generation of women in tech careers by sponsoring a trending nonprofit’s 2020 summer program.

Financial Health

Cultivating kidpreneurs for success

Amid the agricultural region of Central Valley, Leonor Hipólito and Wells Fargo are teaching children the skills to become small business owners.

Volunteering & Giving

Helping college students affected by COVID-19

Wells Fargo is launching the Student Impact Scholarship to provide $1 million in scholarships for students and families who need financial assistance due to COVID-19.

Small Business

With the aid of PPP funding, a STEM education camp moves its curriculum online

After schools closed and GES International Education’s marquee summer camps shuttered because of COVID-19, owner Jenny Li shifted to an online model to help students “find their genius.”

Financial Health

Providing virtual financial education for families and educators

As families and educators are adjusting to school closures and using virtual education amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many are turning to Hands on Banking®, Wells Fargo’s free, noncommercial online learning program.

Inside the Stagecoach

Teen’s dream of golfing with a pro delayed by pandemic

Succeeding TogetherSM essay contest winner Raymond Jin has another year to prepare for his Wells Fargo Championship Pro-Am tee time.