Pennsylvania’s Auditor General Timothy L. DeFoor today joined Steelton-Highspire students at a financial literacy workshop aimed at teaching basic money smart skills to help students succeed after graduation. The workshop, a partnership between Members 1st Federal Credit Union and True Colors, led students through two sessions, “Make the Most of your Opportunities” and “The Art of Budgeting & Importance of Credit.”
“Knowing how to Be Money Smart is one of the best lessons a person can learn to set themselves up for future financial success,” Auditor General DeFoor said. “That’s why we’re working with local partners, like Members 1st and True Colors, to give students the opportunity to build their financial literacy skillset. It’s essential that we continue to create a Pennsylvania where kids can learn and grow.”