Financial Education


First Financial Bank believes knowledge leads to financial stability. As a community-centered bank, we’re proud to offer financial education classes throughout community organizations and schools that will provide the skills to make informed financial decisions.

FDIC Money Smart

A comprehensive financial education curriculum designed to help low- and moderate-income individuals outside the financial mainstream to enhance their money management skills and create positive banking relationships. Available for young people (grades K-12), young adults (ages 12-20), adults, small businesses and older adults (age 62 and over).

First Financial School Bank Program

An interactive tool for community outreach and financial education that encourages elementary, middle and high school students to take an interest in saving and banking. The at-school program allows students to use a real savings account and provides a hands-on experience with banking tools.

Practical Money Skills

A collection of lessons covering topics such as goal setting, budgeting and purchase planning, protecting credit and identity, savings, investing, financial planning and more. Curricula is available for special needs students, students (grades Pre K-12) and college age.

American Bankers Association, Safe Banking for Seniors

An educational opportunity to empower aging customers and communities with the facts, tools and resources.

We Go Beyond Banking

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