In recent years, libraries have become increasingly involved in financial education,and Extension educators are collaborating with them to deliver programs for their staff and the general public. Benefits to Extension educators include increased visibility, access to new audiences, having program logistics and marketing provided by others, access togrant subcontract funding for the development and delivery of financial education workshops, and new collaborative partnerships for future programs after the funded financial program ends. This article describes the author's experiences with development, delivery, and evaluation of financial classes for two libraries that received financial education funding.
|Original language||English (US)|
|Journal||Journal of Extension|
|State||Published - Apr 1 2013|
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