Webcast: Youth Employment Programs as Pathways to Savings

Youth can learn how to save when provided appropriate products, services, and mechanisms. View the video below of our November 2, 2016 release of new research and panel discussions on the critical role that youth employment can play in young people’s financial success. The even featured programs, financial institutions, and youth themselves on the impact of employment programs providing direct deposit, access to accounts, and the America Saves for Young Workers program.

Download America Saves for Young Workers and C + R Research Services’ new report, Impact of the America Saves program on Low-Income Youth Workers here.

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