Opportunities to teach teens in our community

SecureFutures volunteers serve a variety of student groups. Click the name of the program below that you are interested in to see the upcoming opportunities.

Haven’t filled out a volunteer application yet? Complete one here.

Already signed up, but need training? Log in to our volunteer portal in order to complete Online Training for Money Sense, to check the Training Calendar for upcoming events, and to find recorded webinars in the Resource Library. 

Not sure which volunteer role is right for you? Review the Volunteer Role Decision Tool and the profiles on each of the tabs below. You may be a great fit for more than one!

SecureFutures cares about the health and safety of our community and believes it is crucial to do our part to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. We will refrain from in person volunteer-led financial education programs until further notice and look forward to resuming when it is safe in the future. In the meantime, we’re poised and ready to adapt to whatever our partner schools and organizations need to ensure that teens continue to have access to quality financial education, tools, and mentorship.

With commitment to providing high school students volunteer-led financial education, we invite you to consider virtual online program delivery. Please complete our 2020-2021 Volunteer Interest Survey to identify your availability, skills, and training needs to deliver programs virtually.

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Anticipating program partner and educator interest in volunteer led virtual Money Sense programs, volunteers are invited to do the following to prepare for future volunteer opportunities.

Money Sense Training. Always available online.
Login, select Online Training, and be sure to select Mark Complete at the end of each section in order to record completion of training in your volunteer status.

Money Sense Training Refresher. Available for experienced volunteers.
Visit the Resource Library to review 2019-2020 Money Sense Lesson Updates (Recorded Webinar). Upon completion, notify the volunteer manager in order to record training in your volunteer status.

Money Sense volunteer-led virtual lessons are being promoted to program partners under the new name of Money Sense Flex. Opportunities will be posted here when available. Bookmark this page!

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Anticipating program partner and educator interest in volunteer led virtual Money Path programs, volunteers are invited to do the following to prepare for future volunteer opportunities.

Training for Money Path lesson delivery is available in our website Resource Library.

  • For new volunteers, select *NEW* 2020 Money Path Version 2 Full Training – New Volunteers (Recorded Webinar).
  • For experienced volunteers, select *NEW* 2020 Money Path Version 2 Training – Lesson Only (Recorded Webinar).
  • Upon completion, be sure to follow the instructions to notify the volunteer manager in order to record training in your volunteer status. 

Create and save additional career paths.
Every volunteer should save four high school paths, Workforce, Military, College & Other Degrees, and Apprenticeship. You will then be ready to support any high school student’s dream!  Log into Money Path and create!

Money Path volunteer-led virtual opportunities will be posted here when available.  Bookmark this page!

Want to be a Money Coach for Fall 2020 or Spring 2021?
Money Coach is our mentoring program, where volunteers engage, support, and encourage students in small groups and one-on-one as they develop action plans to achieve financial needs and goals. Our next session will begin virtually at 8 sites in the fall, with plans to expand to additional sites in the spring.

Volunteers are screened and placed into teams to best meet the student groups’ needs. For more information on the volunteer roles, please view these profiles: Group Coach, One-on-One CoachMoney Coach volunteer training is provided. Please contact Program Manager Stephaine Crosley if interested in learning more.