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Tiffany teaches financial education 

As a not-for-profit committed to financial education, Bay Federal Credit Union provides free resources and presentations to help students of all ages learn important personal money management skills.

The resources and sessions Bay Federal provides are sales-pitch free! We regularly partner with area K-12 schools, college educators, and community organizations. Let us know if you would like to be next! 

Free Classroom Presentations

Request a fun and informative presentation for your students, community group, or employees! Presentations are available for K-12 and college students, parents, employee groups, and community organizations in English. Please let us know if you require a Spanish interpreter. 

Choose from these and other presentation topics:

  • Saving
  • Money Management
  • Credit
  • Loans & Credit Cards
  • Identity Theft Protection

Free Educator Resources

The free resources listed below are available for teachers to use. Please check back soon for more resources, or let us know about resources you would like to share with other educators! 

  • For grades 7-12, and early college – Order now!

Students learn important money management skills from real-world financial situations with materials from Banzai! Printed materials, online learning, and online assessment tools make Banzai! teacher-friendly and easy to use.

Bite of Reality is the most fun you will ever have in a money management class! This two-hour interactive, hands-on “reality fair” gives groups of students a taste of real-world financial challenges in a safe, interactive setting. 

Outstanding Websites with Additional Resources

Resources and downloads for educators seeking to help students learn financial concepts, practice money management, and build strong financial decision making skills. From the George Lucas Educational Foundation.

Articles, videos and calculators promote financial responsibility in a way that teens and young adults appreciate. Use for finance-related projects and classroom discussions, or in a self-study environment. From the American Institute of CPAs.

Whether you are 13, 23, or 73, you can use this site to plan your financial future and get information for specific situations, such as paying for college, career planning, owning a business, insurance, or overcoming a financial crisis. From the American Institute of CPAs.

How the Market Works provides free real-time, streaming stock market games. Please warn students who use the site that, unlike savings accounts, investments are not guaranteed or insured and may lose value. 

Free tools, calculators, and professional financial counselors can help you build a solid financial future. Great resources for college students, too!

Find Out More

To schedule a presentation or workshop, please provide: The number and age range/grade level(s) of your students, preferred presentation topic(s), and a few dates and times for the presentation. When possible, please schedule 2-4 weeks in advance.

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