Financial education fosters financial stability for individuals and for entire communities. The more people know about credit and banking services, the more likely they are to make informed decisions on money matters. This can reduce the likelihood of years of financial strain caused by poor financial planning and decision making. Our curriculum was developed to help participants learn the basics of managing their money and finances, as well as how to create positive relationships with financial institutions. Our curriculum also consists of materials, activities, and content geared especially towards community members transitioning from homelessness to self sufficiency.
Pathway to Financial Freedom
Consumer Debt Agents
THE Economy vs YOUR Economy
Benefits of Program
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to demonstrate competency in personal financial management based on activities and testing. They will be proficient in developing and maintaining a personal budget, savvy of financial institutions, and controlling their income to debt ratio. They will also they learn to save, and improve their credit rating, therefore, improving their financial self-sufficiency and economic well-being.
PayCHEC also provides the following:
- Customer Service Training
- Employment Counseling/Mentoring
- Internship for Community Service Hours
- Summer Youth Employment Site-(youth ages 14-19 participate in activities geared toward life-skill enrichment while gaining work experience)
For more details, please contact Bobby Green at: 470-355-7162 or firstname.lastname@example.org