Purpose: Provides an overview of banking services and is designed to help participants build a positive relationship with a financial institution. Objectives: Identify types of insured financial institutions Describe the steps involved in opening and maintaining a bank account. Describe two types of deposit accounts open and maintain a banking account
Identifying the relationship between beliefs, decisions and actions; and How to Identify and Accomplish Your Goals. Identify personal values (beliefs) and if those values change when making financial decisions; is there a difference.
Show participants how to manage their money by preparing a personal spending plan and identifying ways to decrease spending and increase income.
Everything you need to know about applying for Credit & Loans. Describes how credit works and helps participants determine if they’re ready to apply for credit.
How to Open and Maintain a Bank Account. Provides an overview of banking services and is designed to help participants build a positive relationship with a financial institution.
How to Build Your Financial Future. Helps participants identify ways they can save money and introduces savings options that will help them reach their goals.
This workshop explores the word “resiliency” and the steps needed for participants to begin the process of bouncing back in an orderly and creative path toward economic stability and security.
Identifying Ways to Build and Repair Your Credit. This workshop helps participants to understand their credit report and assist them in building a positive credit history.
Know Your Rights As a Consumer. This workshop provides important information on the topics of identity theft, elder financial abuse, types of insurance to help manage risk, as well as financial preparedness.