Financial Literacy

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.  

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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.

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Money Smart 2.0 is an exciting, interactive exploration of the concepts of money. Upgraded from the FDIC’s previous Money Smart curriculum, this standards-aligned, cross-curricular financial literacy toolkit is designed to promote financial understanding in K-12 students.

Some of the features in Money Smart 2.0 include:

Covering important topics such as career development, taxes, spending vs. saving, budgeting, investing, credit and more, Money Smart 2.0 is an essential component of our financial literacy programs. These comprehensive resources don’t only lead to wealthier, more secure communities; they also allow our partnering organizations to receive CRA credit.  
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Read our case study to learn how NTC delivered a financial literacy program to middle school students in North Dakota. In “Starting Younger: Evidence Supporting the Effectiveness of Personal Financial Education for Pre-High School Students,” economist Dr. Lewis Mandell reports on Mad About Money, a unique financial literacy program that included pre- and post-tests to track students’ spending habits. Click here to learn how your organization can provide financial literacy education to young students in your community.

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