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The Financial Aid Toolkit provides federal student aid information and outreach tools for counselors, college access professionals, nonprofit mentors, and others. 

News and Events from the Women's Bureau of the U.S. Department of Labor

Consumer Guide to Financial Self-Defense, by the Certified Financial Board of Standards, Inc.


Adventures in Education helps you plan for college expenses.

MakingHomeAffordable.gov, help for America's homeowners.

MeritAid.com is a comprehensive directory of merit and academic scholarships from colleges across the country.

The Federal Trade Commission

Homeownership - HomeFree-USA

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is a new Federal government agency formed to safeguard consumers of financial products and services.  

Investor Information (FINRA.ORG)

Investor Education and Assistance
Investor information from the Securities and Exchange Commission

Scholarship Opportunities
An extensive listing of scholarships that you can apply for.

Financial Aid Resources - Resources to help you apply for financial aid and pay your student loans.

Mymoney.gov is the Federal Government's website dedicated to helping Americans understand more about their money – how to save it, invest it, and manage it to meet their personal goals.

The Ballpark Estimate is a helpful website to help you identify approximately how much you need to save to fund a comfortable retirement

Your Path to Homeownership is a site maintained by Ginnie Mae, to help you better understand the home buying process.

Investopedia.com is a website with a wealth of information to help you learn about the ins and outs of investing.

Become a partner with SFE&PD

To ensure the accomplishment of its mission the organization seeks partners such as financial and education institutions, governmental bodies, and foundations that support financial literacy initiatives and projects. For example, the organization is a partner of Ally Financial, Experian, Bank of America, Financial Services Roundtable, Freddie Mac, and Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy, and shares their commitment to financial literacy.

Mr. Theodore Daniels presents a Personal Money Management Seminar to students at Southern University Law Center


Freddie Mac believes that by educating consumers about smart credit habits and helping them understand the importance of obtaining and maintaining good credit, we can empower them with the skills and information necessary to achieve homeownership. So, in 1998, Freddie Mac set a goal to improve financial literacy in underserved communities nationwide.

The idea grew quickly and today Freddie Mac and its collaborating organizations have reached out to more than a million consumers nationwide.


Carver was founded in 1948 to serve African-American communities whose residents, businesses and institutions had limited access to mainstream financial services. Today, Carver is the largest African-American operated bank in the United States.

Experian's consumer credit education site includes information about credit reporting and credit scoring, live events that can impact a person’s credit, a link to the Ask Experian credit advice column and a lot of other information people need to manage their credit well.

The Alliance for Investor Education is dedicated to facilitating greater understanding of investing, investments and the financial markets among current and prospective investors of all ages. 
The mission of the Financial Services Roundtable is to protect and promote the economic vitality and integrity of its members and the United States' financial System.
Jump$tart is a national coalition of organizations dedicated to improving the financial literacy of kindergarten through college-age youth by providing advocacy, research, standards and educational resources.


Ally Financial Inc. (NYSE: ALLY) is a leading U.S. financial services company. Ally's automotive services business offers a full spectrum of financial products and services, including new and used vehicle inventory and consumer financing, leasing, vehicle service contracts, commercial loans and vehicle remarketing services, as well as a variety of insurance offerings, including inventory insurance, insurance consultative services for dealers and other ancillary products. Ally Bank, the company's direct banking subsidiary and member FDIC, offers an array of deposit products, including certificates of deposit, savings accounts, money market accounts, IRA deposit products and interest checking. Ally's Corporate Finance unit provides financing to middle-market companies across a broad range of industries. For more information, visit ally.com or follow Ally on Twitter: @Ally.

Bank of America is a global company committed to communities.
Charles Schwab offers the investing and financial guidance you need to make smart decisions, plus a range of investment services, including online investing.
Bank of Georgetown is committed to being the best community bank in the Washington Metropolitan Area. Our goal is to develop, expand, and retain profitable and sound customer relationships. 
From community involvement to disaster response, State Farm is committed to supporting the neighborhoods it serves and the neighborhoods our associates call home by helping to build safer, stronger and better educated communities.

Wells Fargo is an international banking and financial services company.

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