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Financial Literacy Organizations and Agencies

Resources

  • AARP
    Provide information tools on line for personal money management.
  • BECU (Boeing Employees Credit Union)
    BECU offers online education services through their website and runs a youth education program which provides a curriculum and presenters for classrooms.
  • Bellevue Community College (BCC)
    Financial Education at Bellevue Community College was formed out of a partnership of national and state organizations to spread financial education.
  • Choose to Save
    Choose to Save is a website that includes free savings tools such as the Ballpark E$timate® retirement planning worksheet, over 100 online calculators, brochures, savings tips, links to related resources, and other tools to help individuals and their family manage their finances.
  • Consumer Education and Training Services (CENTS)
    CENTS is a non profit organization formed in response to the alarming increase in the number of financially troubled individuals.
  • Consumer Jungle
    Consumer Jungle is an interactive, web-based program that helps high school students become literate, savvy consumers.
  • Department of Financial Institutions (DFI)
    The Washington State Department of Financial Institutions supports and runs a number of financial literacy programs and campaigns.
  • Hopelink
    Hopelink is a non-profit that assists individuals in becoming self-sufficient. They offers classes through their lifelong classes section of the adult education department.
  • Jump$tart Washington
    Jump$tart Washington is a nonprofit coalition created to promote the need for financial education in Washington State.
  • Junior Achievement
    Junior Achievement uses hands-on experiences to help young people understand the economics of life.
  • Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI)
    OSPI is a public partner in FEPPP.
  • Spokane Teachers Credit Union
  • Spokane Teachers Credit Union provides financial education for kids, teens, parents and teachers.
  • Tacoma Goodwill
    The Tacoma Goodwill sponsors "Key to Change" a free course in money management.
  • TwinStar Credit Union
    TwinStar provides online resources, classes for the public and presenters for classroom.
  • Washington Council on Economic Education
    Description: The Council provides k-12 teacher training in economic and financial education at no cost to schools or teachers. The website contains free lesson plans, and links to a library of economic and financial education material that can be accessed free of charge by Washington educators.
  • Northwest Credit Union Association (NWCUA)
    The Washington Credit Union League represents Washington state's credit unions and supports many financial literacy initiatives throughout the state.
  • Washington State Employees Credit Union (WSECU)
    WSECU provides a curriculum and presenters for middle and high school students.