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No matter how young or how old, money matters and managing your money is crucial to financial happiness, stability, and self-sufficiency. Therefore, the Allied JOBS Program uses a variety of teaching tools to enstill good money habits

Money Matters (link)

An initiative of the Oklahoma College Assistance Program and the Oklahoma State’s Regents for Higher Education Oklahoma Money Matters is a personal finance education program that provides educational services that empower participants to make good financial choices.

Learning Modules include:

  • Love & Money
  • Money Management
  • Budgeting
  • Auto loans 101
  • Transition to Independence
  • Saving & Banking
  • Successful Credit Use
  • Student Loan Management

FDIC Money Smart (link)

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation’s (FDIC) “Money Smart” is a comprehensive financial education curriculum designed to help low and moderate income individuals and families enhance their financial skills and create positive banking relationships.

Learning Modules include:

  • Bank on it
  • Check It Out
  • Money Matters
  • Pay Yourself First
  • Keep it Safe
  • To Your Credit
  • Charge it Right
  • Loan to Own
  • Your Own Home