Online Educational Resources

Online Educational Resources

Check out online financial education resources from our financial institution partners.


Fifth Third Bank

  • Financial Empowerment – Short videos grouped by topics, including healthy financial habits and buying a home, to help you build stronger financial foundations.
  • Young Bankers Club – This digital program targeted at fifth graders helps students learn financial literacy and math skills. Educators can enroll their students for free.
  • Finance Academy – This program provides digital financial education courses for high school students. Educators and parents can request this program be brought to their school district.
  • Empower U – This program for adults has several classes that cover a variety of topics related to financial empowerment. Classes are delivered in-person or virtually through businesses and community organizations. Interested organizations can learn more here.

First Financial Bank

  • First Financial Education Center – Short educational modules about topics including banking, home-buying, and preparing for financial security.
  • Your Money, Own It – Free webinars and in-person classes to give you the tools and confidence to build up your finances, as well as links to self-guided learning tools.

Old National Bank

Truist Bank

  • Money and Mindset Financial Blog – Use these tips and tools to get your money and mindset right for your next chapter and thrive through every moment. 
  • Money and Mindset Financial Podcast – Tune in to this podcast to explore the connection between your finances and well-being, with the hosts offering practical advice and inspiration for rethinking your relationship to money. 

Woodforest National Bank

  • Woodforest Cares – Learn more about Woodforest’s initiatives to empower communities and individuals.
  • Woodforest U – Financial empowerment resources that can help you understand banking and finances.