Model Programs

Check out the stories and lessons learned from these libraries that created successful financial education programs:
Families with Young Children
Gen X and Y

Build your audience with hands-on workshops and deliverables that appeal to young adults in the 15-29 age group.

Ada Community Library, Boise, ID

Monroe County Public Library, Bloomington, IN

Timberland Regional Library, Tumwater, WA

Military Families and Veterans

Present joint programming and share resources with libraries at military installations.

Huntsville-Madison County Public Library, Huntsville, AL

San Diego Public Library, San Diego, CA

Multilingual New Americans

Build community alliances with multi-language workshops and joint programs with college partners that support General Education Development (GED) and English as a Second Language (ESOL)programs.

Los Angeles Public Library, Los Angeles, CA

Newton Free Public Library, Newton, MA

Orange County Public Library, Orlando, CA

Rochester Public Library, Rochester, NY

Rural and Small Town

Partner with local colleges and community agencies to expand range of activities through in-person and web-enabled learning.

State Library of Iowa, Des Moines, IA

Nebraska Library Commission, Lincoln, NE

Pioneer Library System, Norman, OK


Create camaraderie among women who enjoy learning from each other and want to gain confidence managing money.

Curtis Memorial Library, Brunswick, ME

Greenville County Library System, Greenville, SC

Seekonk Public Library, Seekonk, MA