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Job Readiness

Intuit’s education programming helps students develop job ready, durable skills through entrepreneurship and personal finance education.


Build real-world skills for future success

Many students don’t have the skills they need to thrive in today's job market. Intuit is committed to helping students develop the skills they need to be prepared for jobs in an innovation economy. We aim to prepare 3.6 million students for jobs by 2024 with access to real-world tools like TurboTax, Mint, and QuickBooks, as well as our design thinking methodology called Design for Delight and our financial basics course, Financial Literacy Foundations. These resources help students build financial, durable, and entrepreneurial skills with the confidence to create the futures they want.

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Using TurboTax to teach tax basics

Help students overcome the fear of Tax Day forever with our real-world tax simulation. 

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Teach personal finance basics with Mint

Get students up to speed with budgeting, credit scores, savings, and more.

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Empower your students with QuickBooks

Using Intuit’s cloud accounting software, students can simulate a business or start a real one, developing skills that will prepare them for the workforce.

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Design for Delight

Solve today's challenges with design thinking

Give your students hands-on experience in creative problem solving and empathy-driven innovation through Intuit's step-by-step innovation process.

Prepare your students for the real world: Intuit's TurboTax Simulation

Filing taxes can be complicated, but Intuit is here to help. We're bringing TurboTax into the classroom to prepare students to make the most of their financial future.

Student success stories

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I was introduced to QuickBooks by my professors at Hillsborough Community College. As the founder of Forgot or Knot, QuickBooks has helped me gain the discipline and form the habits I needed to manage my customers and company financials. It gave me the foundation and the confidence to scale the business.

Jason Hendricks Hillsborough Community College 2019 Grad, Founder of Forgot or Knot
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I think design thinking has helped because I've really been able to sort of examine the problem more deeply. I was able to think about so many different parts of the problem and how we could fix it.

Isabella Schrader Marshall University - Class of 2024

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Prosperity Hub School Districts

Intuit’s Prosperity Hub School District Program provides economically challenged and diverse schools access to Intuit’s unique job readiness programs and teacher professional development, as well as connects them with our strategic partners. Our work within these school districts provides students and teachers with access to career and financial readiness programs that develop the durable skills employers seek.

Resources teachers can use today

Educator training

Professional development opportunities to enhance your classroom with the help of real-world products and tools.


Find the real-world tools you need to empower your students.

QuickBooks curricula

Teach QuickBooks, Intuit's accounting software, to all levels of students.