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A hallmark for Money Smart Week is its diversity of partners and programming.  With thousands of unique organizations taking part, the list of target audiences and offerings ranges greatly from kids to seniors and simple money concepts to advanced wealth building strategies.  Beyond variety among audiences and topics, Money Smart Week partners are incredibly savvy on reaching consumers through several mediums and platforms. While most events are classroom style, technology is allowing for more online activity including webinars, tele-town halls, mobile app contests and information sharing through social media. In all, the combined effort of the volunteer educators and participating organizations fuels the effectiveness and success of this multi-faceted financial literacy campaign.
  • The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City–Denver Branch offers a Career Day with the help of Junior Achievement.
  • Participants check out the "Bank on a Wheel" booth at the Money Fair held at Indiana University–Northwest.
  • Name, George Washington University, far left, talks about recent research findings regarding workplace financial education at the Money Smart Week Kickoff and Financial Literacy Summit in Chicago as his fellow panelists look on.
  • Christie Cook, Heritage Bank of Central Illinois, presents the “ABC’s of Homeownership” to a group of participants at Grace Baptist Church in Peoria, IL.
  • These librarians get ready to celebrate Money Smart Week at a kickoff event in Rhode Island.
  • Jeff Yeager, the ultimate cheapskate, explains how to retire the cheapskate way to participants at Appleton Public Library in Wisconsin.
  • United States Attorney David Capp speaks about fraud and identity theft at a press conference held at Indiana University–Northwest.
  • Ja’Nae Gray and Jose Tenorio accept their prizes for winning the Geocache for College Cash contest at Georgia Gwinnett College.
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