Teaching Financial Literacy: Resources for Mentors & Youth-Service Organizations

Econ Ed

Tue., Oct. 16, 2012
4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Science Museum of Virginia, Eureka Theater, 3rd Floor, Richmond, VA



Want to learn how your mentoring or youth-service program can teach financial literacy? Mentors: Do you want to help your mentee learn how to spend and save money wisely?

Join the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond and Virginia Mentoring Partnership on October 16, for a free panel presentation and Q&A on financial literacy resources for mentors, school staff, and youth-service organizations. Participants should gain greater awareness of the need for financial literacy and where to find free lesson plans, online activities appropriate for students K-12, and opportunities to have financial experts visit your program or classroom.

Panel presenters will include:

  • The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
  • Franklin Federal Savings Bank
  • Virginia Council on Economic Education
  • Virginia Bankers Association
  • Junior Achievement
  • Capital One

Time for networking and light refreshments will be provided.



Educators, mentors, youth-service program leaders



Virginia Mentoring Partnership event announcement



Deadline: Oct. 16, 2012

Registration has closed. Thank you for your interest.

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