The NFEC Provides Complimentary Financial Literacy Workshop Packages via Financial EduNation Campaign

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The National Financial Educators Council’s Financial EduNation campaign provides complimentary financial literacy workshop packages.

The National Financial Educators Council’s Financial EduNation Campaign has expanded to provide complimentary personal finance workshop packages to those that seek to teach personal finance. This campaign’s stated objective is to provide those that have a passion to teach financial literacy skills the material needed to conduct effective classes.

The financial education workshop packages provided through the Financial EduNation Campaign provides organizations and concerned citizens complimentary material including: a 90-minute presentation, instructors guide, student guide, marketing flyers, press release, sponsorship funding forms and other material.

At launch the Financial EduNation resource center comprises more than 30 tools designed to financial educators the tools and training needed to share personal finance lessons. Select educators and volunteers interested in teaching money management can also earn NFEC Certified Financial Education Instructor status.

Material is provided for students of all ages: kids, teens and adults. The Financial EduNation workshop package includes everything needed to share information that helps today’s youth build positive financial habits. Since most adults have never received money management training, the NFEC’s financial literacy curriculum provide adults with the knowledge they need to make sound financial decisions.

The National Financial Educators Council (NFEC) developed the Financial EduNation campaign to foster positive personal financial education habits among young people. The NFEC is a financial education services provider dedicated to giving communities resources to empower today’s youth with the information they need to make good financial decisions. Financial literacy can improve their lives, the lives of their loved ones, and the lives of their global network.

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