How fit are your finances?
Money management skills are basic building blocks to economic success. We invest in innovative programs and partnerships to help individuals grow their ability to wisely manage their money.
Financial Literacy: Our financial literacy programs are designed to help children, youth, and adults increase their understanding of money management and to help parents and kids have conversations about money that lead to increased awareness of the importance of saving and budgeting.
- Capital One/Junior Achievement Finance Park: Capital One and Junior Achievement have partnered since 2006 to bring the Finance Park program to tens of thousands of students, through mobile, interactive classrooms and virtual learning labs.
- Bank It—a program designed to encourage students and parents to talk about the importance of personal finance, and to enhance their money management skills.
- MoneyWi$e—a Consumer Action and Capital One partnership, is a national program offering free, multilingual financial education to consumers and nonprofit organizations.
Small Business Resources: When small businesses do well, local and national economies do wellâ€”jobs are created and communities are strengthened. We offer entrepreneurs and small business owners.
- Tips and tools to help with business planning and management
- Mentoring programs to strengthen their management skills
- A supplier diversity program designed to include diverse suppliers in every sourcing opportunity wherever available M/WBEs exist.
Get educational materials and more information about Capital One Financial Education programs.