Program Overview

Financial Education for Small Businesses

More information for small business owners

While it is always a challenging time to be a small business owner, particularly in light of COVID-19, there are also opportunities for small businesses to thrive. We can assist with your short-term, medium-term and long-term goals by providing free financial training along with the following:

  • Free financial education
  • Money management basics
  • Capital accessibility
  • Tax and accounting records reviews
  • Bookkeeping and recordkeeping best practices
  • Other financial literacy services

Financial Education for Adults

Financial decisions are among the biggest challenges facing American households today. These challenges are compounded in under-resourced communities where access to expertise and financial competency can be severely lacking. Pathway can help fill this void by providing realistic and practical financial education and free financial training to adults. Through free financial training, we can assist with the following:

  • Building your financial future
  • Managing debt and using credit cards
  • Buying a home
  • Spending and saving plans
  • Other services

More information for adults

Financial Education for Youth, Grades 9-12

Financial education for youth populations is one of the most needed but missing subject matters in the curriculum of high-school students. Many youth lack the access to resources to build financial literacy skills and knowledge necessary to become financially responsible adults and discipline to achieve financial independence. Pathway can help bridge the gap of financial competency to fulfill this unmet need by assisting with the following:

  • Earning money
  • Spending money
  • Saving and investing money
  • Borrowing and protecting money
  • Other services

More information for youth, grades 9-12

We continually enhance and update our free financial training offerings. Be on the lookout for these changes.