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Entry-level financial education classes to help you with Banking, Budgeting, Credit, and Debt matters

By
Barbara Maxwell
,
Adult Literacy and Asset Building Program Manager
, blue Mountain Action Council
Updated:
September 2, 2021

Use this link to register for class: https://form.jotform.com/211374715591053

What are financial literacy classes?

Financial Foundations is a 5-week entry level financial education program focusing on banking, money mindset, budgeting, credit and debt.

Dates/Location

There are 5 days of class in this program. Classes are held Thursdays from 5:30-7:00 p.m. on September 16, 23, 30 and October 7, and 14 in the Baker Boyer Room at BMAC, 8E. Cherry Street.

Who are these classes for?

Low to moderate income individuals/couples who want to increase their financial education/skills.

Intended Outcomes

The sessions are designed to increase knowledge and translate that knowledge into financially savvy behavior.  For example, after the banking session, participants will use what they learn to select 2 financial institutions,  ‘shop’ those two institutions and open a bank account (if not already achieved).

How do I know if I am eligible?

This program will serve individuals who make $40,100 or less per year.

How to sign-up for a class?

Use our online registration form here—which is the fastest way to sign-up and reserve your spot in class. Our class size is limited to 30 people so register before the session is full.

How to Prepare for Class?

No preparation necessary. Come prepared to learn!

How to get to class?

In-person class will be located at BMAC, 8 E. Cherry Street.  Dinner and childcare will be provided (which is covered in the online registration form).

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