you are looking for an opportunity to work with students, don’t miss the M.
Ellen Carpenter Financial Literacy Program. Volunteers go into high schools and
educate students about the importance of making smart financial decisions. Topics include personal finance, budgeting, using
credit, and buying a car. Each class is
designed to last approximately one hour and you can sign up for a time and
location that works best for you. Volunteers are encouraged to work in pairs and
we will provide all of the necessary materials.
here to view the available
year marks the 10th
anniversary of the M. Ellen Carpenter Financial Literacy Program, a
collaboration between the BBA and the United States Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Massachusetts.