SKEGEE MONEY $MART (SM$)

FINANCIAL LITERACY and EDUCATION

Train-The-Trainer (T3)

SM$ summer workshop 2018

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General objectives:

To meet the HBCU’s focused students’ financial capacity: – Enhance and strengthen their ability to effectively manage financial resources – Enhance their knowledge on five core competencies as identified by the U.S. Department of Treasury’s national strategy for financial literacy. – Earning – Spending – Saving and interest – Borrowing – Protecting against Risk Meets: Twice a month (1st and 3rd Wednesday) Time: 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm Venue: Mary Starke Harper Hall, Room #102 Target Audiences: Collegiate Youths Working methodology: Participatory workshops focused on hands-on exercise.

Certificate of completion:
Upon completion, participants will be awarded: Skegee Money Smart (SM$): Training-of-Trainers (TOT) on Financial Literacy

Outcome assessment methodology

  • Pre- and post-tests (module)
  • Before vs. after approach (program)
  • Logical framework analysis
  • Case study
  • Hands-on
  • Project work
Expected outcomes: 
The following are some of the major outcomes expected upon completion of the SM$: financial literacy TOT program:
  • Financial knowledge, behavior, and attitude about spending and saving will increase considerably
  • Create and implement spending plan
  • Develop a savings and investment plan
  • Define one’s spending style
  • Determine what forms of credit best suits individuals’ needs
  • Use credit/credit card responsibly
  • Acquire knowledge on administrative procedure of loan application
  • Recognize available options paying for college and purchasing a car
  • Prepare SMART money management action plan
  • Prepare a plan ahead to minimize the cost of insurance and unexpected events
  • Make informed choices/decisions about money management
  • Knowledge about a comprehensive financial planning

SM$ Modules

SM$ Curriculum

Working Partners/ Institutions

 NEFE
- FDIC
- AABC
- ACES
- Auburn University
- AAMU
- Financial Institutions: Bank(s)
- Professional organization: AFCPE
- Insurance Agencies/Companies
- Financial Aid Office: Tuskegee University
- Financial Coaches … 
- Consumer Federation of America

Resources/ Materials

Related links
SM$-resources_web
Generic Brochure

Learning Outcomes Assessment 

Activities

PAST EVENTS

Fall 2017: On Campus

  • SM$ Agri-Carnival

America Saves Week

2015

2016

Contacts

Lila B Karki, PhD
Tuskegee University
College of Agriculture, Environment and Nutrition Science
Cooperative Extension Program
1200 West Montgomery Road, 
(200 Mary Starke Harper Hall)
Tuskegee, AL 36088
T: 334-727-8860  
F: 334-724-4289          
E: lkarki@mytu.tuskegee.edu  
W: http://www.tuskegee.edu/
FB: https://www.facebook.com/TuskegeeSMS

Ntam Baharanyi, PhD 
Tuskegee University
College of Agriculture, Environment and Nutrition Science
Cooperative Extension Program
E:baharany@mytu.tuskegee.edu
W:http://www.tuskegee.edu/
T: 334-727-4840  
F: 334-724-4433

Janet T. Sullen, MS
College of Agriculture, Environment, and Nutrition Sciences
Tel: (334) 202-3573
Fax:  (334) 727-8812
E: jsullen@mytu.tuskegee.edu