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  • Group Coach Handbook

  • My Money Coach Students

    Name Interests

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  • Contact Information

    Site Partner Name: _____________________________________________________

    Email: _____________________________________________

    Phone: ____________________________________________

    Coach Name: __________________________________________________________

    Email: _____________________________________________

    Phone: ____________________________________________

    Coach Name: __________________________________________________________

    Email: _____________________________________________

    Phone: ____________________________________________

    Coach Name: __________________________________________________________

    Email: _____________________________________________

    Phone: ____________________________________________

    Program Calendar

    Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Money Path

    Session 4

    Session 5 Progress Reports

    Session 6 Session 7 Session 8 Progress Reports

    Updated 7.29.19

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  • Session Structure Overview

    Money Coach is an eight session program completed over a four month period with high school juniors and seniors.

    Each session will include a lesson facilitated by a coach or coaches. One-on-one check ins will take place each session,

    except for session 3 (Money Path).

    Group Sessions

    The group coach will lead the main lessons & activities. One-on-one coaches will assist during the first 30 minutes of the

    session. Lesson plans have been developed to guide the coaches through each session. The lessons focus on specific

    financial topics and are full of activities and discussion. Coaches should focus on driving as much interaction from

    students as possible. NO LECTURING!

    One-on-One Check Ins

    One-on-one coaches will be assigned up to six students. They will meet privately with each of their students for about

    10 minutes. Check ins should take place in the last 60 minutes of the session (except session 5), so that all students

    understand the group lesson before being pulled out. Session 5 check ins will be 15-20 minutes each and should begin at

    the beginning of the session. Upon returning to the group lesson, students should work with their peers to get caught

    up.

    Key areas of focus:

    ○ Get to know each student, what motivates them, and what challenges they may face. ○ Review each student’s progress using the ​Financial Goal Checklist​. ○ Motivate students to hold themselves accountable. ○ Listen, guide, and coach students. ○ Assist students in setting a savings plan. ○ Help the students to address obstacles and mistakes.

    Session Index

    1. Welcome, Financial Goal Checklist & Banking Basics

    ○ One-on-One: Get to know you, goal setting with the​ Financial Goal Checklist ○ Take Home Assignment: Start to track expenses and build a budget

    2. Expense Tracking and Budget Activity

    ○ One-on-One: Review first attempts at expense tracking & budgeting 3. Money Path App

    4. Joining the workforce and Interviewing

    ○ One-on-One: Discuss Money Path plan, check in on goals before Progress Report ○ Take Home Assignment: How to dress for an interview by industry

    5. Banking Review with Simulations, Open Discussion to Address Student Questions

    ○ Extended One-on-One: 15-20 minutes to complete ​Progress Reports, ​review interview assignment 6. To Your Credit

    ○ One-on-One: General check in, intro to FreeCreditReport.com ○ Take Home Assignment: Find & review your credit report

    7. DIY session (topic chosen by coaches or whole group at the start of the program)

    ○ One-on-One: Answer any credit report questions, check in on goals before Progress Report 8. Building a Budget for the Future and Program Wrap Up

    ○ One-on-One: ​Progress Report

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  • Money Coach Volunteer Profile: Group Coach

    Money Coach Program SecureFutures’ Money Coach​ ​program is a hands-on financial coaching program delivered to a small group of high school students by volunteer coaches. The program aims to provide a deeper understanding of financial concepts and hands-on goal-setting through a lesson plan that focuses on direct volunteer-to-student interaction.

    The primary role of all SecureFuture volunteers is to engage students in financial education lessons by asking questions, leading discussions, and sharing professional and life experience.

    The distinct role of the Money Coach volunteer is to coach. The Group Coach volunteer engages and encourages participants and leads small group lessons. The lessons serve to educate participants on financial literacy and to guide them in the development of action plans to achieve financial needs and goals. Students practice healthy money management skills and are provided the opportunity to earn a scholarship as they meet program benchmarks.

    Volunteer Responsibilities ● Attend training and become familiar with the lesson plans. ● Provide SecureFutures with current contact information, preferences, and availability by maintaining

    your Volunteer Profile (available by accessing the Volunteer Login on our website). ● Attend every session, with reasonable exceptions. If you will not be on time, communicate with the Site

    Partner and Program Manager. ● Communicate planned absences with all stakeholders (Program Manager, Site Partner, other Coaches). ● Prepare for and lead the group lessons, as designed. ● Infuse the lesson plans with your own stories and activities, when appropriate. ● Communicate with your coaching team prior to each session to prepare and review the lesson plan. ● Determine and maintain the pace of the curriculum so that it matches the students’ progress and

    capabilities. ● Conduct yourself in a professional and appropriate manner at all times. ● Operate in the best interest of the students and hold them accountable. ● Maintain and protect the confidentiality of program participants’ confidential information consistent

    with the terms of the Responsibility & Commitment Pledge. ● Abide by all SecureFutures’ policies, especially the Cultural Sensitivity and Anti-Harassment policies.

    Expected Commitment The Money Coach program follows a four month schedule. It is offered to sites twice per year. Volunteers are required to commit to 1 four month program. Sessions are held twice a month, for a total of eight sessions. Each session lasts 90 minutes, for a total of three hours per month. The total volunteer commitment is 12 hours of coaching time, plus five hours of training, over four months.

    Preferred Talents and Interests ● Desire to work with teenagers who come from economically disadvantaged families and communities. ● Desire to build meaningful relationships with teenagers. ● Experience with public speaking, presenting, or teaching. ● Working knowledge of foundational personal finance concepts. (Training will be provided.) ● Basic computer skills.

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  • Money Coach

    Volunteer Responsibility & Commitment Pledge

    Contact Info

    Name:

    Preferred Address:

    Preferred Email:

    Preferred Phone:

    Expectations For All Volunteers

    ● A�end training and become familiar with the lesson plans. ● Provide SecureFutures with current contact informa�on, preferences, and availability by maintaining

    your Volunteer Profile (available by accessing the Volunteer Login on our website). ● A�end every session, with reasonable excep�ons. If you will not be on �me, communicate with the Site

    Partner. ● Communicate planned absences with all stakeholders (Program Manager, Site Partner, other Coaches). ● Communicate with your coaching team prior to each session to prepare and review the lesson plan. ● Conduct yourself in a professional and appropriate manner at all �mes. ● Operate in the best interest of the students and hold them accountable. ● Maintain and protect the confiden�ality of program par�cipants’ Confiden�al Informa�on consistent

    with the terms of this Pledge. ● Abide by all SecureFutures’ policies, especially the Cultural Sensi�vity and An�-Harassment policies.

    One-on-One Coach Responsibilities ● Meet individually with assigned students for ten minutes during each session, except session 3.

    ○ Review each student’s progress using the Financial Goal Checklist . ○ Listen, guide, and coach students. ○ Assist students in se�ng a savings plan. ○ Monitor the students’ progress and help them to address obstacles and mistakes.

    ● Get to know your students and meet them where they are by building meaningful rela�onships. ● Communicate with your assigned students a minimum of once outside of the sessions. Use the method

    of communica�on that the student prefers. ● Communicate student progress, via the Student Tracker (Google Sheet), to the Program Manager

    within two business days of the fifth and eighth sessions. ● Guide students through the program and account enrollment processes, if they have not completed

    them by the first session. Group Coach Responsibilities

    ● Prepare for and lead the group lessons, as designed. ● Infuse the lesson plans with your own stories

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