Moneythink (MT) targets urban 11th and 12th graders. These students have dreams, but between age 17 and 20, they face many financial decisions that can make or break their future: getting/keeping a job, using a paycheck, credit cards, paying for college. To prepare students for these decisions, MT provides trained college volunteers who serve as near-peer role models, college mentors, and financial coaches for urban teens, leading them through an in-school 21-week Economic Opportunity course integrating mobile technology, design, behavioral economics, and pop-culture. As one of our students who received scholarships to 21 universities said: “There are three reasons I’m the only kid from my neighborhood going to college: my mom, my sports, and Moneythink.” During the 2012 – 2013 academic year, MT served over 1,600 under-resourced high school students in 17 urban communities. In the 2013 – 2014 academic year, MT aims to reach over 2,000 students across 30 urban communities.