Financial Literacy Education

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Financial literacy education is one of the 14 program elements for the WIOA youth program. Financial literacy education refers to activities that provide youth with the knowledge and skills that they need to achieve long-term financial stability.

Financial literacy education encompasses information and activities on a range of topics, such as creating budgets; setting up checking and saving accounts; managing spending, credit, and debt; understanding credit reports and credit scores; and protecting against identify theft.

Check out the resources below for information and ideas on providing financial literacy education to youth.

Curricula and Other Educational Materials


 Financial Calculators

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Publications

Content Information

Content Type: Resource
Topics: Basic Skills - General | Career Pathways - General | Occupational/Technical Training | Internships | On-the-Job Training | Work-Based Learning - General
Target Populations: Youth customers - All | Youth - Foster care/child welfare recipients | Youth - Gang-Involved | Youth - Out-of-school/drop-out | Youth - Pregnant/parenting


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Posted: 3/9/2017 2:25 PM
Posted By: Wesley Peterson
Posted In: Youth Connections
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