Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union offers financial literacy programs in K-12 schools, colleges, and in the workplace. The objective is to help individuals make informed financial choices. FMFCU funds sessions specifically for partner groups within its field of membership. Lessons are conducted by trained specialists in financial literacy. Curriculum adheres to national standards.
Educators visiting elementary school students focus on the basic concept: Save, Share, Spend, Earn.
For middle school students, FMFCU certified educators conduct hands-on lessons that encourage children to save and spend money wisely.
At the high school level, FMFCU offers lessons covering topics from budgeting to identity theft, using real-life simulations to provide concrete learning experiences.
Youth Financial Literacy Overview eBook
A complete listing of all elementary, middle, and high school lessons provided by Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union, with descriptions.