Financial Literacy interns are placed in community centers, local elementary and middle schools to teach students about the importance of financial literacy. The goal is to enhance their personal financial skills and knowledge. Interns use the Money Smart curriculum developed by the FDIC to create interactive lessons to teach students about topics, such as setting goals, budgeting, saving, exploring careers, and income.
This job is open to undergraduate and graduate students in good standing at the university.
Financial literacy interns will be responsible for delivering the FDIC's Money Smart curriculum, attending meetings, participating in training, and assisting in lesson preparation.
Financial literacy interns must have their own transportation.
This is a non-work-study position.
How to Apply
If you are interested, please send a cover letter and resumé via email to Gary Marden.