The company provides 50 online learning modules to over 750 credit unions, schools, and select employer groups across the US. Topics covered include credit scoring and reports, financing higher education, opening checking accounts, and identity protection.
Teaching financial literacy in the classroom is one promising way to improve financial capacity for today’s young people. Today’s young people face an overwhelming number of complex financial decisions. However, many are unprepared to make informed financial choices as they move into adulthood. In fact, three out of four young adults cannot answer basic financial questions.
Washington, DC – (April 4, 2018) Today, leading education technology company EVERFI Inc released new data on college students, revealing their financial...
Bayamón, Puerto Rico — (January 30, 2018) EVERFI, Inc., Today, the Puerto Rico Department of Education announced leading education technology innovator EVERFI, Inc. as its official provider of digital financial education for public elementary and high schools as part of the Integral Program for Financial Education in schools initiative, which aims to develop healthy personal finance skills and habits in students. The announcement took place during a meeting held this morning at a school in Bayamon, Puerto Rico and included remarks from Senator Carmelo Ríos Santiago, Secretary of Education Dr. Julia Beatrice Keleher and financial planner Dr. Kurt Schindler.
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