Adults should be encouraged to attend these no cost workshops. If they're not currently happening at your American Job Center,... more »
So, I see financial literacy having two primary goals - one is to help people learn how to manage their cash... more »
Hands on Banking is a free, fun and ready-to-use education program, available in both English and Spanish, that teaches people, in all stages of life, about the basics of responsible money management, including how to create a budget, save and invest, borrow responsibly, buy a home and establish a small business.
The purpose of the Hands on... more »
Many persons with disabilities historically have incomes that fall at or below the Federal poverty level each year. Several factors including limited educational opportunities to acquire marketable job skills; poor family support; lack of accessible or affordable transportation and continuing stereotypes by employers regarding what a worker with a disability can... more »
Collaboration between Centers for Independent Living and their local banks--Centers invite bank staff to provide financial literacy skills training for groups of youth and adults at the Centers.