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Financial Literacy Resources

Credit unions encourage savings and healthy financial decision making by offering safe, sound, and secure financial solutions. Credit union staff are dedicated to providing innovative education programs in order to improve financial literacy among their members and their communities.  

 

     

NATIONAL CREDIT UNION FOUNDATION

As the philanthropic and social responsibility leader of America's credit union movement, the National Credit Union Foundation raises funds, makes grants, manages programs, and provides education empowering consumers to achieve financial independence through credit unions. Through its efforts– programs like Real Solutions, Development Education and BizKid$, and the availability of financial education grants – the Foundation works to respond to a variety of needs in the credit union movement. 

     

NATIONAL YOUTH INVOLVEMENT BOARD

The National Youth Involvement Board is a volunteer-run organization that contributes to the future of credit unions. NYIB serves as a resource of youth marketing materials and ideas for the credit union movement; and encourages excitement and commitment to youth financial literacy.  

     

CREDIT UNION NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 

CUNA's Personal Finance Initiative provides materials and expertise to teach smart money management and the credit union difference. In a variety of print and electronic formats, we give consumers the information they need to improve their skills in budgeting, saving, borrowing, buying, and investing. Discuss ways to empower staff, volunteers, and members through personal finance education. 

     

NEFE HIGH SCHOOL FINANCIAL PLANNING PROGRAM

The NEFE High School Financial Planning Program is a seven-unit financial education curriculum designed and developed around performance-based learning. The HSFPP's carefully designed exercises and activities educate students in the basics of personal finance, teaching young people how to handle and manage their money. This curriculum is underwritten by America's Credit Unions.

     

JUMP$TART COALITION

The Minnesota Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy is a group that brings together individuals and organizations to improve the personal financial literacy of Minnesota’s youth. Similar in purpose to other Jump$tart Boards in nearly every other state, the Minnesota coalition includes individual participants and representatives from government agencies, businesses, and nonprofit organizations.

   

FINANCIAL EDUCATOR DIRECTORY

The Foundation Scholarship Council has compiled a list of credit union employees across the state of Minnesota that are able and willing to help schools, community organizations, or other groups with Financial Literacy training needs.

 


hrflorida.site-ym.com
August 29 - August 31, 2016
Hilton Bonnet Creek | Orlando, FL