Lot’s of people give graduates money! How about you give them some help managing their money!
The last thing most people who’ve been studying for years and years may want to do is crack open another book to learn more. But we’ve not met to many 20-30 somethings who are master financiers. They need to learn, even if they don’t know it.
How many times have you looked back on your own life and thought “I wish I had known to do that” or “I knew I should have done that but I just thought I’d get to it later”. Young graduates are generally seeking to set out on their own and become independent. They might not seek out advice from trusted sources out of stubbornness or even embarrassment. That doesn’t mean they do not need help or trusted advice.
Why not get your graduate off to a great start and give them some help getting and staying on the right path from the start. Getting your finances off on the right track at an early age can exponentially impact a young person’s life! Probably much more than an envelope of cash (unless it is a really stuffed envelope)!