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Look Forward to Your Future
Whether you are a parent or a prospective student, it’s never too early to begin planning for college. “Look Forward to Your Future” is a DFI resource for students and parents who are facing questions and decisions about college and student debt.
Free virtual courses on financial literacy and education, geared toward various grade levels. Courses include 3D games, models, simulations, social media, activities and more to deliver lessons to students.
This program is a free classroom resource for middle school and high school students you can use to teach students real-world budgeting and spending decision making.
EVERFI@Work is a tool for all ages! Work through 6 playlists to learn about Money Basics, Loans & Payments, Paying for College, Buying a Home and more!
Discover real-world finance through a choose-your-own-adventure program. Choose from Banzai Junior, Banzai Teen or Banzai Plus for adults. Learn about the world of finance in a fun, interactive way.
The ECU College Planning Center
The ECU College Planning Center is a robust platform with age-appropriate guidance to empower families on preparing, financing and successfully…
Students learn work-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills through this experiential learning program available to students in kindergarten through 12th grade.
College Planning Guide
Learn about the different options for financing your or your child’s education, how to find the right college for you or your child, and get information about what you can expect from college life.
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