Teach Children to Save

Teach Children to SaveTeach Children to Save is a national program that organizes banker volunteers to help young people develop a savings habit early in life. Last year, 900k students were reached. This year they expect to hit 1.25m students and within the next 3 years, a total of 5m!

Banks: Click on the "Bank Registration" link below to learn more and get involved! If you are already registered, click on the "Participating Schools" Link to find a school to partner with.

Teachers/Schools: Click the "TCTS School Form" link below to register your class(es).

SCHOOL LIST: The link following is a list of interested schools that banks can contact directly to schedule instructional time. Check back frequently as new schools are being added.  Schools Seeking Volunteer Bankers

Bank Registration



The Utah Bankers Association participates in multiple financial literacy programs throughout the year sponsored by American Bankers Association. Our goal is to get many Utah Banks involved in these programs.

Teach Children to Save
Banks of all sizes that actively provide youth financial education, using any curriculum, are invited to register their participation in Teach Children to Save at no cost. The list of program participants is shared with State Bank Associations, policymakers and consumers. Additionally, registered participants will receive access to all Teach Children to Save resources.

Get Smart About Credit 
Join banks from across the country in registering your engagement efforts, both new and ongoing, to inspire the next generation to make sound financial decisions and explore the industry.

Safe Banking for Seniors 
A free national program, sponsored by the ABA Foundation that provides bankers with tools and resources to connect with their local communities on these topics and more:

  • Identifying and avoiding scams
  • Preventing identity theft 
  • Choosing a financial caregiver

Other Resources

FDIC Money Smart

The FDIC Money Smart program may be used by financial institutions and other organizations interested in sponsoring financial education workshops. Collaboration is important to the success of any education effort. The FDIC encourages banks to work with others in their communities to deliver financial education and appropriate financial services, including to individuals who may not have a relationship with an insured depository institution.

MyMoney.Gov is the U.S. government's website dedicated to teaching all Americans the basics about financial education. Whether you are buying a home, balancing your checkbook, or investing in your 401(k), the resources on can help you maximize your financial decisions. Throughout the site, you will find important information from 20 Federal agencies and Bureaus designed to help you make smart financial choices.

Finance in the Classroom

Providing high-quality personal finance materials for K-12 educators, students and parents, Finance in the Classroom is the place to help you prepare Utah's youth to be money smart.

Financial Literacy Webinar Series to Kick Off Sept. 20

With financial literacy reportedly declining in the U.S., the ABA Foundation will hold a free, two-part webinar series to examine the problem and to provide banks ways to advance solutions in their communities. The first webinar on new research highlighting financial literacy problems will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 20, at 1 p.m. EDT. The second webinar on specific solutions for banks will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 4, at 1 p.m. EDT. Register for the Sept. 20 webinar. Register for the Oct. 4 webinar.

Banks Never Ask That

#BanksNeverAskThat registration is open, and free for all banks. This year, our toolkit materials and website are available in Spanish! Register now.

ABA Bank Marketing Conference