Mpowered provides group-based financial education on a variety of topics to students, nonprofit staff and clients, local businesses and government agencies. Mpowered’s certified personal finance coaches offer classes that are relevant, interactive and easy to understand!
Our personal finance classes cover a variety of topics related to spending plans, dealing with debt, improving your credit, qualifying for loans, avoiding money traps, and tips for saving. We are happy to customize classes to accommodate specific time frames and engage specific audiences.
In the past year alone we've worked with over 30 partners to reach 900+ people in classes taught in both Spanish and English for groups such as:
- Pinnacol Assurance employees
- Habitat for Humanity homeowners
- Kong employees
- Mile High United Way individual development account holders
- Interventions Inc. parolee caseworkers
- Community College of Denver students
- Warren Village residents
- Center for Work Education & Employment (CWEE) clients
- AmeriCorps members and alumni
- Bank on Denver underbanked families
- Buckley Air Force Base service members
- Denver/Boulder Better Business Bureau staff
- Mi Casa small business owners
Feedback from past classes:
“Thank you so much for coming out to Habitat to share your knowledge in such an informative and entertaining class. We look forward to seeing you at our next credit-building session. Thanks for being such a great partner!” –Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver
“On behalf of NCCC, I want to thank you for sharing your time and knowledge with our corps members during the Life After AmeriCorps day last week. The corps members said that the information you shared about money and credit was very valuable and will help them plan their future with more strategy and confidence!” - Lynette Murphy, AmeriCorps*NCCC
“Thank you so much for your presentation to my team yesterday! I’ve gotten wonderful feedback from the group – they enjoyed your presentation and found the information extremely relevant and thought-provoking.” – Cathleen S.