Coming to Kingston, Jamaica!

Everything You Don't Learn In School.

September 22 - 23, 2018

(9am - 5pm each day)

Venue: Campion College Auditorium

(105 Old Hope Road, Kingston)

(Also at select schools throughout the week of September 24th through 28th -- check back to see when we'll be at your school.)

Limited space available, so apply now!

Must be between the ages of 13 and 19 to qualify.

Learn about Real Estate, Taxes, Stocks, Compound Interest, Managing Credit & Loans, Goal Setting, Saving vs Investing, Successful Habits, And Much More ...

Apply Now!

Seats Are Extremely Limited!

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Keynote Speaker -- World Renowned Educator, John "J.P." Servideo

J.P. Servideo is an internationally known youth motivator and co-author of the best selling book “The High Schooler’s Guide to Money.” J.P. was a former 20-year-old corporate executive with over 10 years of management before 30 and is now an entrepreneur, investor and activist who travels the world teaching teenagers how to make educated decisions financially and personally.

“What I’ve learned from working with teenagers from all over the world is that telling them what to do doesn’t work. We need to simply make sure they understand the compound effect of small daily decisions and how those decisions grow over time.”

J.P. teaches not only what he has learned from his own experiences but also what he’s learned from his mentors, which include multi-millionaires, gold medal winning Olympic athletes, top youth motivational speakers and many other professional athletes and successful entrepreneurs.

Born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts by a single mother he was taught from a very young age the value of a strong work ethic and treating everyone, no matter who they are, with respect. This perspective developed as he moved around the world in his 20s to places like Washington State, San Jose, Costa Rica and now currently resides in San Diego, California. He has also visited every single state in the USA. He likes to spend his time traveling for pleasure, reading, playing sports, working out, volunteering and like a true Italian, cooking.

But if you were to ask him, he would say that there is nothing he enjoys more than watching a student realize for the first time that they have control over their own lives and happiness.