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The Get Smart About Credit (GSAC) program sponsored by the ABA Foundation is a national campaign of volunteer bankers who work with high school students and young adults to raise awareness about the importance of personal finance skills. Bankers registered to participate in this free program will receive access to a private resource page containing promotional materials, student activities, communication tools and lesson plans (also available in Spanish) covering topics that include; Banking Careers, Budgeting, Credit Scores, Identity Theft and Paying for College.

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Consumers: Request a "Get Smart About Credit" Presentation

About the Program

Banks of all sizes that actively provide youth financial education, using any curriculum, are invited to register their participation in the GSAC program at no cost. The list of program participants is shared with State Bank Associations, policymakers and consumers. Additionally, registered participants will receive access to all GSAC resources.

Get Smart About Credit: Sample Materials


Motivating Teens and Young Adults to Save for the Unexpected 

Get Smart About Credit Day: Explore creative ways for bankers to teach teens and young adults how to budget for and build up their emergency funds.

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Virtual Personal Finance for Teens and Young Adults

Learn about the ABA Foundation’s new Get Smart About Credit virtual materials to help ensure your bank continues to promote personal finance to youth in the community this fall.

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