It was a pleasure meeting you at the Texas Library Association conference! Thank you for stopping by to learn more about how NEFE can help you teach personal finance to your patrons!

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For High School Libraries

Our High School Financial Planning program (HSFPP) is available to educators of high school aged students and comes in six 45-minute modules that can be taught individually or combined to create a curriculum series. It complies with state standards, and includes a complete set of teaching materials, including presentation materials, classroom activities, and student workbooks.

Visit NEFE's HSFPP site

For College and University Libraries

CashCourse provides college aged students with free online financial education courses through instructor assignments or self-study. The platform includes a personal dashboard that can be customized with the school’s branding and offers analytical tracking of website participation.

Explore NEFE's CashCourse site

For Everyone

Our Smart About Money site offers self-paced online courses on a variety of basic money management topics, as well as articles, calculators, and other helpful educational tools.

April is Financial Literacy Month!

Smart About Money has assembled a collection of resources with librarians in mind!

For anyone seeking to create a display in their library, Smart About Money has created posters, bookmarks, postcards, and other materials that can be downloaded from our website at no charge. Just pay the cost of printing.

Visit Smart About Money's Library Resource Page