Your Money, Your Goals
Join us for a free training session on this toolkit. See Getting Trained for available dates.
Your Money, Your Goals is a financial empowerment toolkit created by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) that equips frontline staff with tools and skills to empower clients in understanding their own financial situations and connects them to resources available in their community.
University of Minnesota Extension’s mission is to meet the needs of our individuals, families and communities across Minnesota. Training staff across the state is one way we are able to build financial capability at the individual and organizational level. At the end of the YMYG training session, participants will feel confident in using the toolkit to help increase the financial knowledge and skills of the individuals and families they work with each day.
Accessing the Toolkit
You can get started with using the Your Money, Your Goals today. Download the Your Money, Your Goals Toolkit from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau website.
We offer free training for financial empowerment trainers, case managers, and other frontline staff, which includes:
- An orientation to the Your Money, Your Goals toolkit.
- An overview of the full Your Money, Your Goals training.
- The tools, knowledge, and confidence to provide this training to your constituency or in your community.
Get more information on these training sessions by reviewing the Your Money, Your Goals Training Flyer (PDF).
Explore the available training dates on the following map. Click on a training date shown on the map to receive more information.
Contact us to customize a training for your organization.
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