ACCC offers the following financial education workshops to organizations and community groups in the New England area at no cost. To set up a workshop, contact our Education Department: 800-769-3571 x1980.
This is a workshop series where consumers will learn about various personal finance topics including but not limited to budgeting, credit and credit scores, banking and savings, retirement, insurance, taxes and more. This workshop series is highly customizable, based on the needs of the individuals and organizations that are served.
This workshop goes over the most important concepts of credit including: the importance of credit, what information creates a credit score and how to improve a credit score. It also covers the best strategy for paying down credit card debt.
This workshop teaches you how to develop financial confidence, build financial knowledge, and learn how to use banking services using the award winning FDIC Money Smart Curriculum. Through customizable modules you will learn about banking services, borrowing and checking basics, how to make credit work for you, paying yourself first, credit history, and homeownership.
Have you ever been a victim of identity theft? Learn what identity theft is, how it occurs, as well as how to protect yourself against it and what to do if you become a victim.
Youth Financial Literacy Workshops
ACCC offers a number of financial literacy workshops for youth. These workshops teach children grades K-12 the basic concepts of budgeting, checking and savings accounts, credit and investments using a variety of lessons and activities.
Teaching Children about Money
This workshop will teach you fun and effective strategies to teach children about money and finances. Adults will learn ways to teach good money management skills to the children in their lives, whether they are 5 or 15.