#FinHealthMatters Day 2018 April 25, 2018 was the third annual #FinHealthMatters Day. Each year, #FinHeathMatters Day brings attention to Americans’ financial health through a thunderclap of social media activity, news stories, blogs, podcasts and more. Over the past years we have seen 240+ blogs posted, 2,500+ influencers tweeting nearly 6,000 times, and ultimately, close to 27…
By Tanya Ladha, Senior Director, Financial Health Network Last year I sat down with some students from local community colleges in New York, where I live. We were scheduled to spend time together discussing how their financial lives affect their academic success. As you might imagine, the conversation veered all over the place as the…
Actively supporting student financial health is a mission-critical investment for community colleges. This report provides a roadmap to help community colleges navigate that journey.
U.S. Financial Diaries Case study: Amy Cox is a white 34-year-old single mother of two. She lives with her children, Hailey, 9, and Andy, 8, near Cincinnati, OH. A natural caregiver, Amy works at a day care center.
Understanding the three prominent financial health challenges that community college students face and how those students can improve their financial health through choosing and using quality products and services.
What financial providers need to know about young adults. What if we reached young people at the moment they’re primed to to absorb financial education — a moment like their first paycheck? What if we used that moment to capture people’s attention, and we allow them to open that account to help get started? MyPath, a San…
MyPath partners with workforce development programs and financial institutions to help young adults improve their financial health.
Juma Ventures is a San Francisco-based youth development organization dedicated to helping low- income high school students save for and complete a four-year college degree.
Moneythink pairs college student mentors with high school student mentees to provide coaching on sound financial management.
Millions of Americans are raising children in households with poor family financial health and limited financial resources.