Extension Educators, in partnership with other organizations, provide the following educational offerings:
- High School Financial Planning Program® (HSFFP) — This six unit program, developed by the National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE), teaches teens about planning, borrowing, earning capability, investing, financial services, and insurance. For more about training for teachers, fill out our contact form and check the "Youth and Money" box.
- Managing College Life: Your Money, Your Housing, Your Future — Four educational workshops for college students address issues of credit and debt, identity theft, financial literacy and tenant education. Each topic can be taught in a 1-hour workshop or combined with others to customize workshops for college students. For more about this offering, see Managing College Life.
- 4-H Consumer Decision Making — 4-H members learn how to compare prices, make wise consumer decisions, evaluate quality, and how to save for goals. Youth teams participate in a statewide contest to demonstrate their decision making, verbal justification, and teamwork skills. For more about this offering, see Consumer Decision Making.
- Customized Youth and Money Training — Workshops designed for school districts, colleges, agencies, churches, or youth organizations, which may include teacher trainings, student orientations, staff in-service, parent education programs, and youth day camp development on a variety of resource management topics. For more information, fill out our contact form and check the "Youth and Money" box.
For more information, Contact Financial Capability.