There is a clear trend of declining financial literacy, according to a study by FINRA Investor Education Foundation*. On average, four out of five young Americans couldn’t answer a majority of financial literacy questions correctly. While financial education can take many forms, from in-person advising to educational blog posts for adult consumers, one of the most impactful ways to build financial literacy from the ground up is through a school-based education program for middle and high school students.

Watch this webinar on demand to hear from experts, Jim Marous, Co-Publisher of The Financial Brand, Cathy Brorson, Financial Wellness Lead & Outreach Coordinator at Kitsap Credit Union, and Andra Searles, Financial Education Marketing Lead at EVERFI, on the state of financial literacy today and the impact financial education programs can have on youth and future consumers.

What you will learn:

  • The state of financial literacy and its social effects today
  • The positive effects of youth financial education on knowledge gain and long-term success
  • What Kitsap Credit Union’s schools-based financial literacy program looks like in practice