Financial Literacy Pilot Programs & Program Evaluation and Enhancement
Building a financial education model that can scale is key to addressing the financial illiteracy epidemic. The NFEC helps you launch, implement and measure financial literacy pilot programs and program overhauls so your program can deliver the results necessary to expand.
Until recently, if you wanted to make a significant impact on the financial capabilities of the people you serve, you’ve likely encountered significant barriers to entry. New program processes enhancements developed by the NFEC provide a road-map for bringing a professional-level financial literacy program to those you serve.
Having served several thousand organizations over the last decade, the following process has been developed to help you maximize the impact of financial education programming.
Financial Literacy Pilot Program
Conducting a smaller-scale and shorter-term financial literacy pilot program and feasibility studies will help you lay the foundation for your program. The objective is to build an initial, successful program and provide detailed reporting of that program’s accomplishments. You will then have the reporting and processes in place to expand the programming and attract funding.
Once the feasibility phase is complete, the NFEC provides all the resources your organization needs to continue and scale the program.
Financial Education Program Evaluation & Enhancement
The NFEC developed key outcome benchmarks that distinguished financial education programs possess. The NFEC evaluates over 45 different segments of your financial education program and grades your programs ability mold and modify participants’ behaviors, meet organizational objectives and the ability scale your initiative.
A detailed report is provided and expert guidance is provided to help you adopt the recommendations. Once the review is complete, the NFEC can supply needed resources or manage your new programs pilot.
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