Students and young adults are facing the perfect storm of financial pressure, including rising inflation, layoffs and high interest rates amid an economic downturn. To add to the pressure, 74% of teens do not feel confident in their knowledge of personal finance.* But they are eager to learn!
Digital Credit Union and EVERFI’s Money Matters course is designed to teach high school students on critical financial education topics with built-in interactive, real-life scenarios to keep students engaged. Over 2,400 high school students in 36 schools have completed the Money Matters course and increased their personal finance knowledge by 45%.
Watch the ondemand webinar with Digital Credit Union, EVERFI and Worcester Public Schools to learn how your financial institution can build financial literacy with Gen Z and improve financial wellness for future generations to come.
During the webinar, you’ll learn:
- An Overview of DCU and EVERFI’s Money Matters course and impact
- How to get involved with school sponsored events
- A teacher’s impact story
- How to engage students to get involved at your institution