Spotlight on…. MoneySKILL!

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Spotlight on…. MoneySKILL!

The month of April is Financial Capability Month (Wikipedia), and to mark this we want to share details of the flagship program of our friends at the  American Financial Services Association Education Foundation (AFSAEF), MoneySKILL.

Unlike the Personal Loans 101 program, MoneySKILL has a broad focus, educating students of all ages and providing a basic understanding of money-management fundamentals.

MoneySKILL offers middle school, high school and college courses designed to be used as all or part of a course in economics, business, math, social studies or wherever personal finances are taught. Students can access the modules online in the classroom or at home. Built-in quizzes test students’ grasp of each concept. The High School/College course is adaptable for use by home schoolers and/or employers. AFSAEF updates the MoneySKILL curriculum and its underlying technology infrastructure each year.

Since it was established over 810,000 studentshave utilized MoneySKILL’s 37 learning modules on subjects including income, budgeting, expenses, saving, investing, credit, renting vs. owning, insurance, and vehicle financing. 23,000 teachers have been registered to instruct the MoneySKILL program.

For a handout with details of MoneySKILL, click HERE.

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MoneySKILL is a registered trademark of the AFSA Education Foundation.

2018-04-02T16:04:18+00:00 April 2nd, 2018|Categories: Financially Underserved, News|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Spotlight on…. MoneySKILL!