Coalition for Debtor Education
Volunteer to teach financial education classes!
Teach financial education!
Volunteer to teach at times and locations that are most convenient for you. The teaching experience is invigorating and always a learning experience for everyone involved. CDE will train you and provide all teaching materials.
The next training workshop for volunteers will be :
Tuesday, May 31, 6:00 pm- 8:30 pm
Fordham Law School
150 West 62nd St.(Across from Lincoln Center)
2015 in Review:
The Coalition has had a very productive year.
- We've taught more than 125 classes, reaching more than 3500 consumers.
- We launched our first app, NYC MoneySmarts
- We were interviewed by Tara Lynn Wagner in the Money Matters segment on NY1
Now we need your help to continue to educate even more people about personal finances.
Please consider a fully tax-deductible donation today
- Check out NY1 interview with Executive Director, Carol O'Rourke about credit.
An app of our own! NYC MoneySmarts
Find our new free App in the App Store (for Apple devices) and on Google Play (for android devices) Check it out and test your own Money Smarts.
Take the quizzes and see how you compare with other users - AND learn useful info as you play.
- VOLUNTEER TEACHERS! Our next training session will be on May 31 at Fordham Law School, 150 West 62nd St., NY, NY 6:00- 8:30 pm. Please email email@example.com to register.
CDE will create a custom curriculum for your nonprofit, school, social service agency, or community organization. Benefit from the Coalition’s expertise. In addition to teaching classes, CDE will train your staff as financial management teachers.
With a grant from your corporation, agency, or foundation, CDE will teach financial education classes that you choose to sponsor. CDE will also train staff members at schools or social service organizations so that they are better equipped to inform their students or clients about personal financial matters.
The mission of the Coalition for Debtor Education is to assist consumers, particularly vulnerable populations, understand and improve their ability to manage their financial affairs. We are also committed to empirical assessment, including of our own programs, and to studying key issues affecting consumer finance.