Financial literacy shouldn’t start in adulthood. As part of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation’s Youth Savings Program, Fidelity Bank offers financial education to school-age children with content designed to help each student acquire the skills necessary to manage their financial health.
These programs help students learn how to more effectively manage their money, encourage developmental savings habits at a formative age and promote economic inclusion for entire families. The course materials are provided by the FDIC and are part of its Money Smart Financial Literacy curriculum.
It’s never too early to start saving. To learn more, visit bankwithfidelity.com.