February 14th will be our 6th Global Economic Symposium competition amongst schools from across New England. The Symposium provides an opportunity for students to further their understanding of complex global economic principles, and accumulate skills and experience for college. Support our efforts and future leaders by registering to attend or make a donation (link)

NEWS UPDATE: EY WINS 2019 Business Pitch Competition (link)

NEWS UPDATE: Brockton WINS 2019 Global Economic Symposium (link)

2019 Global Economic Symposium Program Booklets For Sale $10


Welcome To Our Website

Empower Yourself is a year-long program whose goal is to educate underserved youth in urban areas in the fields of financial literacy, business and economics, so they can make better informed financial and economic decisions. Our programs begin in middle school and continue through High School, where students will gain practical business experience through our financial literacy classes, competitions, and Investment Club. Our recent partnership with the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) is part of our expanded offering focus-ing on STEM and engineering.



Economic Symposium

Global Economic Symposium is a trade simulation in which teams of 5-6 students are the economic advisors for a  specific country.....

Financial Literacy

Empower Yourself LTD has launched its next level of innovative middle school training called Financial Literacy: Economics.....

NSBE Jr Program

Empower Yourself LTD, in collaboration with the National Association of Black Engineers (NSBE) and the Tuskegee Airman Association, will be expanding....

ADULT Program

Empower Yourself LTD (EYL), offers this online Basic Financial Literacy information that will serve to start one off with exercises and a plan to begin....


About EY

The objective of our program is to change the attitude of our youth towards money and economics so they will not make the financial mistakes of those around them. We teach financial literacy as a language, just like French or Spanish, they learn financial terms and economic con-cepts which are invaluable regardless of future jobs or careers.
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