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Regional Coordinator, SNAP-Ed

Jean W. Bauer Financial Capability Post-Doctoral Associate

EFNEP Data Assistant — U of M Students

High School Financial Planning Program instructor trainings

Learn about the High School Financial Planning Program (HSFPP) and how you can equip students in Grades 8 to 12 with fundamental personal finance skills to prepare them for mindful money management decisions and behaviors.

University of Minnesota Extension Center for Family Development, in partnership with National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE), is hosting three trainings for high school teachers and agency staff who teach personal finance. Participants in the workshops will:
  • Become familiar with the HSFPP materials that help your students learn about money management while applying what they learn. 
  • Consider ways to implement the program and become familiar with the procedures to order materials, connect with families, and network with the professional community. 
  • Learn how to utilize social media to teach students with financial education content 
  • Become familiar with the NEFE Evaluation Toolkit. 
This training is available at no cost to participants due to support provided by NEFE and the University of Minnesota Extension.

Registration is required by June 14 for all sites at


Stable housing can reduce the stress and risk factors that can be disruptive to an individual's family and work life. Agency staff and others working with individuals who would benefit from tenant education are invited to participate in upcoming RentWise train the trainer workshops offered by the University of Minnesota Extension.

RentWise train the trainer information can be found online here.  Trainings are scheduled in Grand Rapids May 22; Worthington June 12; Duluth June 12; Rochester June 19 and Mankato June 26.

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