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Resources: I got the grant, now what?

Resources from IDA-PAYS/CHEPA

Education Asset Resources for IDA practitioners
Financial education resources for youth and adults
IDAs and Financial Aid: Understanding the Puzzle and Sharing Best Practices
Institutional Policy Brief: Financial Education in TRIO Programs
Volume VIII, Issue II, Spring 2009 CHEPA Newsletter on Financial
Education (The Navigator)
NCAN Annual Conference, September 15-17 2009, San Francisco, CA

Resources from Other Organizations

Select the links below for resources by category:

Financial education programs for youth
Financial education programs for adults
Financial education programs for youth and adults
Credit education websites youth and adults
Other organizations’ financial education resource lists
Customized financial education curricula from organizations offering education IDAs for youth and adults
Financial education resources from organizations offering education IDAs
Education Asset Information – Links to Websites
Financial aid resources
Scholarship
Evaluation
Financial education programs for youth
High School Financial Planning Program – NEFE
Money Skill – AFSA Education Foundation
Money Skills for Real Life – GEAR UP
Tuition Education Program – Decision Partners, Inc.
Financing Your Future – National Endowment for Financial Education and The Citi Foundation
Financial Fitness for Life – National Endowment for Financial Education and the Bank of America Foundation
Financial education programs for adults
CashCourse College Program – NEFE
Independent Financial Literacy Education – Decision Partners, Inc.
Get Financially Fit Education Program List
Finanical Literacy and College Success at Minority-Serving Insitutions – IHEP
Financial education programs for youth and adults
360 Degrees of Financial Literacy – The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Practical Money Skills for Life – VISA
Hands on Banking – Wells Fargo Bank
Money Smart – FDIC
Federal Reserve Education
MyMoney.gov
Credit education websites youth and adults
What’s My Score – Visa USA
MyFICO
Econ4U
Other organizations’ financial education resource lists
Assets Alliance’s financial education list
Asset’s for Independence financial literacy resources
Financial education resources for youth transitioning out of foster care – Presented at the 2006 Asset Building Conference, CFED & the Assets Alliance
The Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service (CSREES), an agency within the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has a youth financial education component in different states. This website lists the programs that various states are using.
This College Access Initiative publication gives an overview of guaranty agency outreach services, some of which offer financial education.
Customized financial education curricula from organizations offering education IDAs:
For Youth
Juma Ventures is a nonprofit organization in San Francisco that offers IDAs to youth. They offer Money Skills Classes.
The Community Action Partnership of Riverside County California IDA program provides workshops to their participants.
REACH Community Development Corporation offers a financial education program for youth called Youth$ave.

Money Made Easy – One Economy, The Beehive
Women, Work, and Community Financial Education Workshop description – Maine FDA Coalition
For Adults
The Utah IDA Network (UIDAN) partners with Utah State University (USU) Extension to offer a basic and family finance class. Go to www.usu.edu/fchd and click on Student resources and courses and then on courses and then on FCHD 3350 to view the syllabus.
Maine Centers for Women, Work, and Community (WCC) offer Family Development Accounts (FDAs) and financial education. See their Financial Education workshop descriptions.
The Center for Economic Development (CFED) also has a financial education curriculum called Finding Paths to Prosperity, which is designed to aid IDA programs in offering financial education. Follow the link to view a description of their Facilitator’s Package.
Women’s Opportunities Resource Center has a financial planning and financial education website for their IDA participants called Building Blocks to Financial Success
One Economy has a financial education program called The Beehive, which also includes information on IDAs called Money Made Easy
Financial education resources from organizations offering education IDAs:
Education Plans
Planning and Paying for your Education with an IDA – L4CD, Assets for All Alliance
Personal Career Marketing Plan – Michigan IDA Partnership
An Education Plan – Western Carolina Community Action
Education Plan – CASA of Oregon, VIDA
Student Budgets
Financial Planning Sheet – Maya Angelou See Forever Foundation
Education Asset Information – Links to Websites
US Department of Education
Solutions for Our Future
College is possible
College Planning Resources Directory – Pathways to College Network
Get Ready for College…A College Planning Guide and Workbook for Students – TERI
Know How 2 Go
The College Board
ACT
Economic Diversity of Colleges
College Access and Opportunity Guide – Center for Student Opportunity’s College Center
AB540 undocumented students
Building Blocks Toolkit for College Access– NCAN

The Campaign for College Opportunity Website: Ensuring the next generation of Californians has the opportunity to go to college
Statewide (CA) Resource List for Higher Education – Campaign for College Opportunity
California Student Aid Commission website: Outreach programs
Financial aid resources
National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators
Federal Student Financial Aid Home Page
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
EFC Formula Guide – IFAP
Scholarship
Scholarship links
FastWeb.com
Sallie Mae
Making College Affordable: A Workbook on Financial Aid, Loans, Scholarships for College-Bound Students and Their Families – TERI
Evaluation
Evaluation Toolkit

USC Rossier School of Education
CHEPA: Center for Higher Education Policy Analysis

Publications

For those of your interested in reviewing some of our research on education IDAs and partnerships between nonprofits and postsecondary institutions, please see publications.