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TCU was founded by teachers back in 1931, and we're still committed to promoting financial education.
The TCU Financial Empowerment Program, powered by FoolProof, is a FREE, web-driven financial literacy program developed by teachers that allows us to deliver financial education resources to our youth, schools and anyone wanting to learn.
Middle/High School Program - This turnkey financial education program is developed for use in schools. It features peer-to-peer teaching through a series of web-driven and interactive instruction sessions. Teachers can easily set up an account, get students registered and they’ll be on their way to financial empowerment! Topics include budgeting and saving, banking with checking accounts and debit cards and more.
SOLO Self-Guided Program - This highly interactive group of online modules is geared toward college students who want to get financially empowered on their own. Get started.
Educating your Kids - Parents can also register their child in SOLO and track their progress. It’s a great way to ensure they are prepared for the future.
Resources: Useful Buying Guides, Consumer Guides, videos, articles and more are available to keep you educated about the latest financial news and trends.
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