Free Training Resources

Below you can find links to a variety of free and quality resources offered by trusted sources for practitioners to use for their audiences. This resources list includes free curriculum, toolkits, downloadable content, games, and activities to use in your delivery of financial education.

Virtual Bean Game:

Financial Football: Visa and the National Football League have teamed up to help teach financial concepts with Financial Football, a fast-paced, interactive game that engages students while teaching them money management skills:

Keys to Your Financial Education is a curriculum developed by the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative. It helps young people ages 16–26 who are, or will soon be facing adult responsibilities to build the financial skills they need. (Virtual adaption will be added to website sometime in the future):

J$FFE Online is a content-driven program created especially for teachers but is really suitable for any adult learner. It was developed with an in-kind gift and other generous support from their partners at Fidelity Investments and is based on the J$FFE Model. Like all Jump$tart resources, the program features content supplied by many Jump$tart partners:

Since 1971, Consumer Action has served consumers nationwide by advancing consumer rights, referring consumers to complaint-handling agencies through our free hotline, publishing educational materials in English, Chinese, Spanish, Korean, Vietnamese and other languages, advocating for consumers in the media and before lawmakers, and researching and reporting on financial and consumer services.

Managing Money Project
The project’s website,, is a financial literacy clearinghouse featuring Consumer Action’s popular multilingual educational materials.

financial success stories

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“Your program was GREAT. I thought to listen and learn some tidbits to add to what I present in person, but the program was so much broader I couldn’t do it justice.”

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“I am a baby boomer, so fin tech was an interesting topic, to put me in the know with all this new technology. It was good information, that will help me in my financial education presentations. Being able to use this knowledge for myself and share with others.”

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