NCUA has released new resources that credit unions can use in their financial education programs for online training and in-person workshops, as well as social media engagement. These resources can also be printed and made available to credit union members and consumers to help them take charge of their finances and feel more empowered about their financial futures.
How to Develop a Financial Education Program: A digital brochure describing how to get started developing strong and sustainable financial education programs.
Money Basics Guides: The first guide features lessons and activities on savings and checking accounts. The second guide focuses on budgeting and savings. These guides can be used in financial literacy workshops or made available for individual learning for adult and youth learners.
Social Media Toolkit: A toolkit to help credit unions engage and promote their financial literacy efforts online and on social media.
For more information on NCUA’s financial resources, please visit, MyCreditUnion.gov.