We want you to have all the tools you need to get the most out of your new account and start saving for the future. We've partnered with local nonprofit organizations to offer you a wealth of free, confidential one-on-one financial coaching as well as financial education classes. Now you can learn how to:
Boulder County's Financial Counseling Program provides free, one-on-one financial counseling by trained professionals to residents of all income levels in Boulder, Longmont, Lyons, Lafayette and Nederland by integrating counseling into the delivery of municipal services. These centers offer free, unbiased, one-on-one, professional financial counseling in English and Spanish. The Centers are designed to help you:
Check our class calendar! We've partnered with local nonprofit organizations to provide financial education classes to everyone. Join us for useful advice in a friendly environment. Our Financial Education Network members offer classes at locations throughout the city.
Online classes are an easy and convenient way to learn! MORE COMING SOON! Learn on-line on your time for free – including how to manage your checking account, create and manage a budget for your family, file taxes, and much more.
FDIC Money Smart - A Financial Education Program. The newly enhanced Money Smart Computer-Based Instruction (CBI) is an easy-to-use tool to learn more about basic personal financial management.The CBI features a game-based learning design and separate learning tracks for adults and young adults. The adult learning track features the 11 modules in the instructor-led Money Smart curriculum for adults. The young adult learning track (for those age 13 and older) features the eight modules in the Money Smart for Young Adults curriculum.
Education Cents is a free personal financial education program offering an online curriculum, workbooks, presentations, a train-the-trainer program and other tools. As a program of CollegeInvestand the Department of Higher Education, Education Cents has a special focus on the value of education after high school and making wise decisions about financing higher education. They also offer opportunities to win scholarships! Visit www.educationcents.org to learn more.