Outreach and financial literacy

Financial literacy resources available at no cost

Download the FAB Gab newsletter and our Financial Awareness Basics for you and your students. We can create and host webinars for your students, and create a custom program and train your staff.

If you'd like to be added to the mailing list, send us an email at financialliteracy@ecmc.org

FAB Gab

FAB Gab is the ECMC Outreach and Financial Literacy newsletter, which is emailed... Read more >

FAB Gab is the ECMC Outreach and Financial Literacy newsletter, which is emailed quarterly to financial aid administrators across the country.

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Opportunities guide and workbook

The Opportunities booklet helps high school students choose the right... Read more >

The Opportunities booklet helps high school students choose the right college, understand admission requirements, identify types of financial aid and more.

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Order 2018-19 booklets here >

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ECMC's Financial Awareness Basics | FAB

Our latest offering in financial literacy—Financial Awareness Basics—was designed to... Read more >

Our latest offering in financial literacy—Financial Awareness Basics—was designed to help students make informed decisions about their financial future. Materials cover a variety of topics.

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College Admissions Race game

The ECMC College Place College Admissions Race is an engaging and fun game that walks... Read more >

The ECMC College Place College Admissions Race is an engaging and fun game that walks students through a mock college admissions committee review process. Students will learn that the holistic admissions process considers criteria beyond grade point average (GPA) and college entrance exam scores, including rigor of academic program, personal qualities, extracurricular involvement and quality of application materials.

Download the game here.

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Create a custom program for your students

We can help you create a custom program and train your staff. We can even create... Read more >

We can help you create a custom program and train your staff. We can even create online financial literacy seminars for your students, absolutely free. Contact one of our Outreach and Financial Literacy team members to discuss how to deliver timely financial education to your students.

Paula Craw
Vice President
651-325-3342
pcraw@ecmc.org
Abril Hunt
Outreach manager
808-799-8230
ahunt@ecmc.org
Tom Bailey
Outreach manager
760-333-1370
tbailey@ecmc.org
Brenda McCafferty
Outreach manager
601-214-7224
bmccafferty@ecmc.org

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Peer-to-Peer Program guide

One of the main reasons students drop out of college is for financial reasons... Read more >

One of the main reasons students drop out of college is for financial reasons, which includes not having enough money to pay for school, mismanagement of money or a hesitation to take on student loan debt. Peer mentoring is a way for students to educate other students about making smart money choices. This guide will help you develop each phase of a peer mentoring program, including the creation of your program's mission and vision.

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Planning a Financial Wellness Event guide

The Planning a Financial Wellness Event guide is a step-by-step guide to... Read more >

The Planning a Financial Wellness Event guide is a step-by-step guide to planning an event on your campus. This resource includes information and best practices to help at every step of the way, plus ways to build cross-campus buy-in and community support.

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