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Financial Education Resources
360 Degrees of Financial Literacy
The 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy Web site offers general information for managing personal finances and does not recommend specific financial actions.
American Bankers Association Education Foundation
Started in 1925, the ABA Education Foundation develops programs and materials that help bankers provide financial education in their communities.
Centers for Financial Education
The Centers for Financial Education, a nonprofit, educational organization, are a division of Money Management International, the nation's largest full-service credit counseling agency.
Children, Youth and Families Education and Research Network
Just as children absorb their parents speech patterns and eating habits, they learn about money management by watching and listening, during trips to the grocery store and conversations at home.
Creative Wealth International
Creative Wealth International (formerly The Money Camp) is a unique financial literacy program for kids, teens and adults.
The Money Smart program, developed jointly by the Department of Labor and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, provides a comprehensive adult financial education curriculum at centers nationwide that offer employment and training services. Banks and other institutions can also use this curriculum to serve their communities.
Federal Reserve Education
Here you can find links to instructional materials and tools that can increase your understanding of the Federal Reserve, economics and financial education. All of the Fed web sites, curriculum, newsletters, booklets and other resources are free.
Guide to Financial Literacy Resources and the CRA
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Taking Ownership of the Future
Financial Literacy & Education Commission
The National Strategy for Financial Literacy
Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy maintains a clearinghouse of resources that seek to promote financial literacy.
287,491 JA volunteers teach 339,261 classes to 8,358,087 students a year.
Through partnerships with financial institutions, Kidz Online, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) educational organization, is furthering its interactive online education offerings by developing a financial literacy crash course for high school students.
Themint.org is packed with all kinds of tips about what to do with your money.
U.S. Financial Literacy and Education Commission
MyMoney.gov is the U.S. government's website dedicated to teaching all Americans the basics about financial education.
The Money Camp
The Money Camp began as an inspiration by Elisabeth Donati when she read Robert Kiyosaki's book, "Rich Dad, Poor Dad". Relating to her own lack of financial education and parental guidance in the area of financial literacy, she began considering the possibility of developing a summer camp for kids that was both fun and education, with the center theme surrounding the basic concepts and principles of money.
Money Math: Lessons for Life
U.S. Department of the Treasury
National Endowment for Financial Education
The National Endowment for Financial Education is the only private, nonprofit, national foundation wholly dedicated to improving the financial well-being of all Americans.
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
This directory provides descriptions and contact information for a sampling of organizations that have undertaken financial literacy initiatives as a primary mission.
National Financial Education Network Database
The website is comprised of materials submitted by the members of the Financial Literacy and Education Commission's National Financial Education Network to provide resources on financial literacy to the general public.
President's Advisory Council on Financial Literacy
The President and the Secretary of the Treasury have tasked the Council to work with the public and private sector to help increase financial education efforts for youth in school and for adults in the workplace, increase access to financial services, establish measures of national financial literacy, conduct research on financial knowledge and to help strengthen public and private sector financial education programs.
USDA Cooperative Extension Youth Financial Education
Cooperative Extension is a nationwide educational network that brings research and knowledge of land-grant institutions to people in their homes, workplaces, and communities.
Wi$eUp is a program designed for Generation X & Y women. Its goals are to promote financial security through online education and to encourage responsible saving habits for future retirement.