Digital Learning

Financial Wellness for You and Your Family

MoneySense is an online program includes a series of short, interactive financial education courses to help you and your family more effectively manage your money today and prepare for a secure financial future. Available in both English and Spanish, MoneySense includes a variety of critical personal finance topics that can be revisited at any time.

The Educational Experience 
Bite-sized - Short, 5-10 minute modules 
Engaging - Interactive and personalized experience 
Flexible - Mobile-friendly content available 24/7 
Self-guided - Take one, several, or all modules based on your interests and needs 
Accessible - Available 24/7 on any device that can connect to the internet, and it’s mobile friendly

Topics Include
Auto Loans 
Building Emergency Savings 
Checking Accounts 
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Credit Cards 
Credit Scores & Reports
Financing Higher Education
Mobile Payments 
Retirement 101 
Social Security 

Whether you’re teaching your grade-schooler about the power of saving or helping your new college grad learn how to create a budget, MonseySense offers a series of interactive courses designed to educate and engage learners of all ages.

Level: Millennials and Adults 
Length: 5 – 10 minutes per topic
Short, interactive financial education courses covering more than 20 topics, including Retirement 101, Considering Home Ownership, and Financing Higher Education.

Transit—Financial Wellness 
Level: College
Length: 1 – 2 hours 
This course is designed to help empower college students with the skills to understand their finances and successfully manage their finances now and for years to come.

EverFi—Financial Literacy 
Level: High School 
Length: 6 – 8 hours
Master financial concepts such as creating a diverse investment portfolio and navigating the stock exchange, through videos, ani¬mations, 3D gaming, and avatars that bring financial topics to life for today’s digital generation.


Vault—Understanding Money
Level: Grade School
This interactive course designed to teach financial literacy skills early in a child’s cognitive development. Saving, budgeting and earning money may not be top-of-mind for most preteens, yet the financial knowledge they gain now will set the tone for the decisions they make in their future.