Be the change you want to see in the world by signing your class up for the ProsperOn Pilot Program
ProsperOn is building a platform that leverages simulation, gamification, and personalized storylines to teach students financial decision making. The pilot program is a small scale launch of the product, and allows students to provide impactful feedback to our team, while learning valuable skills.
Full Modules (4-6 steps; 2-5 videos)
Life Events are the non negotiable aspects of life such as making money, paying taxes, and more.
Pilot Life Events
1) Get your First Job
2) Build a Budget
Mini Modules (1-2 steps; 1-2 videos)
Decisions you can make anytime throughout the simulation such as going on vacation and getting married.
Pilot Anytime Decisions
1) Manage your Credit Cards
2) Manage your Bank Accounts
3) Move out
Pop Up Decisions (1 step, 0-1 videos)
Scenarios represent random decisions you have to make in life such being asked to dinner or replacing a broken item. These are variables based on the students interests and past decisions.
If we don't answer your question here, just ask!
No, the pilot consists of 2 modules, 3 anytime decisions, and 3 scenarios.
No, we are only launching the product as a Pilot Program so our team can focus on our target demographic...college seniors in a classroom setting.
We offer 120 different career choices; however, this number will increase once we expand outside of Schools of Business.
Very little! The Pilot Program is very easy to run as a professor. First, sign up to run the program in your class via this link (https://www.prosperon.io/signup-form). Second, send/post a link to your students so they can access the product. Third, receive an email with the results from your class.
We encourage professors to schedule a meeting with our team before signing up for the program. You can do so here...(https://zcal.co/tonycerce/intro).
The Pilot Program was designed to be a win for everyone involved. Students get exposure to the process of getting a job and budgeting, while being able to contribute feedback to a developing tech product. Professors receive a turnkey solution for financial literacy content, that integrates directly into their class. Finally, our team here at ProsperOn receives accurate feedback on our product and business model.
No, we do not have an official data policy, however, all data collected is kept within the walls of ProsperOn and will only be used for product improvements.