Emergency Preparedness

Banks, credit unions, government agencies and other financial institutions rely on NTC to educate their communities about financial literacy, investing, securities and fraud prevention.

We offer financial literacy programming at the elementary, middle and high school level. We know firsthand that reaching students early with basic information on saving, spending, and different types of money management can prepare young students to be financially secure later in life

Middle and high school programs feature advanced information on paying for college, preparing for long-term careers, investing, cybersecurity and other vital subjects that contribute to overall wealth and a stronger workforce. By preparing current and future financial customers to use money wisely, we help our clients build more prosperous and secure communities, benefitting both individuals and financial organizations.  

NTC Emergency Preparedness


Through our 40+ years of experience, we’ve developed these communication platforms as a reliable tool for educator implementation and a guarantee that our clients’ messaging reaches its audience.

Hazard emergency Disaster


In 2019, NTC launched its flagship emergency preparedness program, Ready or Not, before bringing it to California on behalf of Southern California Edison as part of its wildfire preparedness initiative. Read the case study to find out more about Ready or Not, the importance of emergency preparedness outreach and how the program can be customized to fit your community and messaging.

NTC Emergency Preparedness Case Study

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