Minnesota credit unions are engaging and advancing financial well-being for all Minnesotans of all ages during the month of April. Highlights include:
NCUA and FDIC Host Webinar for Youth Workforce Practitioners & Financial Institutions on April 14
Register Now for Account Access and Financial Education for Youth Participating in Employment Programs (Part III): Factors and Tools that Influence Youth Financial Behavior
The National Credit Union Administration and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation will co-host a webinar focused on credit union officials, bankers, and workforce providers who help young people (ages 16–24) toward financial stability on Thursday, April 14, beginning at 1 p.m. Eastern.
On Minnesota April 19, from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m., Minnesota Jump$tart will welcome an engaging panel of educators and community partners for a conversation focused on financial education requirements in the K-12 curriculum. The conversation on the importance of financial education for Minnesota youth will be based on a remarkable student-led survey conducted in the winter of 2021, showing 74% of students surveyed would like to see it as a requirement in the curriculum.
More information and to register: Minnesota - Jump$tart Coalition (jumpstart.org)
Education and Engagement - Financial Capability for all Minnesotans
Thurs., April 28, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Hosted by the Minnesota Department of Commerce:
Topic: How lifelong education and the support of communities and cities can help close the wealth gap and provide more opportunities for all Minnesotans.
Continue to share your financial education initiatives and activities for the month of April with MnCUN, by emailing Director of Communications Julia Miller.
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