Personal Finance Curriculum
The NFEC has created a personal finance curriculum that has been praised for its adherence to core educational standards using a fun format that engages and entertains participants. No matter their age or background, students leave the program feeling ready to take positive action toward securing their financial futures.
The NFEC is an independent organization, and its personal finance lessons include no marketing or promotions. A Curriculum Advisory Board of financial professionals, educators, and experts has collaborated with the NFEC to create personal finance curriculum that’s based in theory, yet has practical application to real-world life situations.
Kids who learn about money early pick up good habits for a lifetime. The NFEC’s practical lessons build a foundation that supports continued financial education as young people mature.
Students who receive the personal finance curriculum are better prepared for the financial real world. This curriculum, enjoyable for teachers and students alike, can have a lasting impact on your students’ lives—and it meets core educational standards too.
College students face an increasing number of potential financial pitfalls. The college-level personal finance curriculum offers students practical skill sets to serve them throughout college and beyond. Universities can leverage the programs toward a variety of objectives.
Financial wellness is the primary goal of the NFEC’s adult curriculum, the Building Your Financial Foundation program. Here individuals gain basic money management skills and learn to avoid or overcome common financial challenges.
The advanced personal finance curriculum for adults—Road to Retirement—offers lessons to help people move toward financial security. The coursework covers investment, insurance, and managing wealth.
Both individuals and organizations can choose to take coursework via the NFEC’s technology-based programming. Simulated, mobile, and virtual programs are available either as standalone learning tools or to supplement live training.
The NFEC offers financial literacy curriculum solutions for all age groups: pre-kindergarten, grade school, middle school, high school, college, adult, and senior education. All our financial literacy lesson plans include instructors’ guides, student guides, turnkey presentations, support material, and educator training.
The NFEC material is engaging and fun, yet also meets core educational standards. This program has been widely recognized for its ability to connect with students and inspire them to take positive financial action. The material is developed with the support of the NFEC’s Curriculum Advisory Board comprised of educators, financial professionals, and financial education experts. This collaboration has yielded money management coursework that successfully bridges the gap between theory-based education and “real world” application.
The NFEC is 100% independent and its personal finance material is purely educational (containing no corporate advertisements). Review the links below to learn how the NFEC’s financial literacy curriculum makes the education process more enjoyable for students and educators alike.