California Manage Your Money Week October 18-25, 2014

Manage Your Money Week

Manage Your Money Week

During Manage Your Money Week, state and local government agencies, non-profit organizations, unions, schools, libraries, financial institutions, and financial management associations will be working together in communities throughout California to host free money management education events and promote the importance of good money management practices. Programs will be offered to all demographics in multiple languages and cover all facets of personal finance from opening a checking account and managing a budget, to credit counseling, first-time home buying, planning for retirement, avoiding financial scams, and starting a business. Read more.

Events

Oct. 18: Orange County

Oct. 25: San Francisco

Oct. 25: Los Angeles

See Events Calendar

If you’re holding a financial education event during the week of Oct. 18-25 and would like to list your event, please complete the partner application (Fillable PDF  or Word document) and email it to mymw@sco.ca.gov.

PartnersManage Your Money Week partners will include public, private, and non-profit organizations and associations that provide money management educational services, promote the importance of educating Californians about managing their money, and serve constituencies that need personal finance education and services. Become a partner. Learn more about partners.

Just joined:

  • Brass|Student Program
  • California Urban Partnership
  • Community Action Partnership of Madera County
  • Earned Assets Resource Network
  • EverFi
  • Junior Achievement of Northern California
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
  • SEIU California

Resources

Many different State agencies offer financial education services and resources. The Manage Your Money Week initiative is pleased to bring these agencies together and highlight what they have to offer. See what agencies have to offer.

Just joined:

  • California Department of Community Services and Development
  • CalPERS

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