Wall Street 101


For students

Prepare your child for their future

Tuesdays Jan 26 - Mar 30
5.30-6.30pm EST
Mondays Jan 25 - Mar 29
7-8pm EST

Is your child interested in? 

  • stocks, bonds, mutual funds?
  • the stock market?
  • does he/she watch Shark Tank? Or any of the financial programs?
  • does he/she have a Dough or Robinhood account? 

Our Wall Street 101 program would be perfect to answer any of the questions.

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Wall Street 101 for Students

How does Wall Street work?

Why is it important to understand investing, stock markets, and how finance functions around the world?

Learn the ins and outs of the world’s largest financial institution.

Our classes are built just for high school students, and provide your kids with the lifelong tools of financial literacy.

We cover ethics, technology, the history of economic booms and busts, and so much more.

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Classes are 10 weeks.

The cost is $300 for the series

Wall Street 101: Jan 26 - Mar 30, Tuesdays
5:30 - 6:30pm EST
Wall Street 101: Jan 25 - Mar 29, Mondays
7:00 - 8:00pm EST


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Meet The Teachers

Annaline Dinkelmann

Annaline Dinkelmann worked for major Wall Street firms for many years before striking out on her own as a trader. In 2008, she took her combined knowledge of New York's bustling streets and the inner workings of American finance to create educational walking tours of Wall Street. Expanding that passion for education in the overlooked area of financial literacy, she is now leading classes for both adults and students to teach money management, investment basics, and more. 

Annaline is passionate about sharing her years of experience on Wall Street, and educating people of all ages about how the stock market truly works. She is also a public speaker and workshop leader. In her spare time, Annaline is an avid cyclist, and loves spending time with her husband Robert. 

Julia Ryan

(Stuyvesant High School/Northwestern University/HEC Montréal) has held managerial positions in photography, fashion, and advertising firms. 

She taught as an adjunct at Kaplan University and City University of New York (CUNY), and works as an Educational Course Leader with Worldstrides Educational Travel and Adventures by Disney (as well as with Teach Me Wall Street).

She loves sharing her passion for finance with others. It's great to meet people from all around the world and helping to empower people around the subject of money and investing.

In her spare time, she writes plays, is active in historic preservation, and is mom to a 14 year old boy.

Alexander DelaVega

Alexander de la Vega (Baruch College) is a former educator and docent at the Museum of American Finance, where he created and taught classes on financial literacy and history.  Alexander has held intern positions in marketing and advertising firms, as well as operating as a freelancer for companies across numerous industries.

He is currently finishing a degree in marketing management and works as an Educational Course Leader with Wall Street Walks and Teach Me Wall Street. In his spare time he experiments with new recipes in the kitchen and spoils his 7 year old dog, Buddy.

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