Financial Education



The Financial Education services of the Office of Resilience and Community Services can assist you in learning more about certain financial topics you might be struggling with or in achieving a better understanding of your own personal finances. The combined efforts of educators and organizers in the local community has seen over 10,000 participants educated in financial literacy since those statistics were tracked in July 2011. There is no shortage of resources in the community to take advantage of, so please contact us today if you are interested in any of these classes or workshops!


Do you want a second-chance bank account? Want to learn how to better handle a bank account?


The Start Fresh! workshop created by Bank On Louisville is geared specifically towards those in the community looking for a second-chance bank account and a way back into the mainstream banking system. This two-hour workshop will cover the basics of how to manage your bank account and money management in general while providing you with a wealth of resources on making decisions concerning where to bank and how to save your money.

2022 Start Fresh Dates:

January 4: 10am-12pm

February 9: 10am-12pm

March 10: 10am-12pm

April 5: 10am-12pm

May 4 10am-12pm

June 7: 10am-12pm

July 6: 10am-12pm

August 9: 10am-12pm

September 13: 10am-12pm

October 4: 10am-12pm

November 2: 10am-12pm

December 6: 10am-12pm

2022 Credit As An Asset:

The Credit As An Asset workshop is an introduction to credit and steps one can take to build their credit.

2022 Dates:

All classes are offered from 10am-12pm

January 20, 2022

February 22, 2022

March 24, 2022

April 19, 2022

May 18, 2022

June 23, 2022

July 21, 2022

August 23, 2022

September 29, 2022

October 19, 2022

November 10, 2022

December 13, 2022

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We would like to thank Truist Bank for this generous and continuous sponsorship of Credit As An Asset