Financial education resources for teachers and parents
Teachers and parents, build and enhance the education of your young adult learners. Oregon State Credit Union is committed to financial capability and ready to help you with a variety of practical ready-to-use resources.
Money Management: financial planning workbook for young adults
Mindful Money Management, a financial planning workbook that can be used by teachers or parents to educate young adults, helps students learn how physical, mental and financial health are related.
Are you a parent with a student getting ready to leave the nest or a teacher looking for an activity that will help your students evaluate their options? With this workbook students will learn whether or not they can create the lifestyle they want while giving themselves “peace of mind” by having money in their savings account. The workbook is designed to be used independently, but if facilitated by a teacher or parent, should create interesting discussion topics.
About this unique workbook
- Who can benefit
Teachers, parents, financial educators
Young adults — Current high school students, those just out of high school, ready to join the workforce; headed to college or almost done with college and looking for employment.
Gives students a way to test what life could look like based on education and lifestyle choices.
Each page has a series of choices about real life experiences.
Based on the education level your student expects to achieve, they receive a "points" budget to spend on lifestyle choices.
The workbook can be filled out online or printed for offline use.
Financial education videos
Our financial educational videos cover money management topics. The videos allow self-paced learning, are easy to use access and allow you to set up a personalized viewing list that fits your needs.
- Includes: money basics, loans and payments, paying for college and more.
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Financial education makes good sense, whether it's in classes, with online resources or at a branch. We're here to help. Send an email to our community financial education department at email@example.com.
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