Master Financial Education Volunteer Program
The Master Financial Education Volunteer program focuses on helping citizens and veterans build their financial capacity through classes on topics such as managing money, preventing identity theft, and credit and debt management.
Who Can Become a Volunteer?
Anyone who interested in learning new financial skills and tools and is ready to be a part of financial literacy training to strengthen our community.
What is Expected?
Master Financial Education Volunteers receive a minimum of 20 hours of classroom instruction and, in return, commit to contribute an additional 20 hours of service to the community in the 12 months following the training.
Opportunities for Service
Volunteers help support Extension’s family and consumer sciences agents through education and outreach efforts. There is something for everyone!
For More Information, Contact:
Family and Consumer Sciences Agent, Henrico County
Phone: (804) 501-5160 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org