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Each depositor insured to at least $250,000 per insured bank

Money Smart - A Financial Education Program

Money Smart for Small Business Training Alliance

Interested in Joining the Training Alliance?

The following types of organizations are eligible to become members of the Training Alliance:

If you are interested in joining the Training Alliance, we encourage you to take these simple steps:

  1. Order the free MSSB curriculum right away. The best way to learn about the curriculum is to explore the materials for yourself.
  2. Complete a self-assessment to determine your readiness to offer MSSB courses.
  3. Tell us about yourself. Let us know about your interest in joining the Training Alliance.

Is Your Organization Ready to Offer Training? A Self-Assessment

The following questions can help you gauge your organization's readiness to offer Money Smart for Small Business as a member of the Training Alliance. These questions can also help you think about the steps you'll need to take to set up a training program in your community.

If you've answered "Yes" to the majority of these questions, then you're in good shape to deliver quality trainings!

Next Steps

FDIC is looking forward to hearing from organizations interested in providing Money Smart for Small Business in their communities. Feel free to reach out to FDIC Regional Office staff; you will find contact information on the web at http://www.fdic.gov/consumers/community/offices.html. You can also email FDIC at communityaffairs@fdic.gov.

When sending us a message, don't forget to share your organization's contact information, including a specific Point of Contact within your organization.

We are eager to learn about your organization and the work you do in the community.