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Financial Literacy [Training]

Last updated April 27, 2020

Prove you’re job-ready by completing one of the free, 30-minute training modules in the Edge career skills program. You’ll get an official certificate issued by Arizona State University that you can call out on your resume or job application, and that employers can verify with a link.


Managing your income and assets

Money is connected to our working life and our personal life. It is important to understand how to use financial tools to manage and save your money. This is more simple than some people think and in this module you will learn how to be responsible with your money so you can use it to achieve what you want in life.  Start the training.


Budgets and finance basics

Money is not always fun to talk about but it is important and powerful. Understanding your money will allow you to make wise decisions and set yourself up for the future you want. In this module, you will learn how to set up a budget and then understand the best ways to take care of your money and spend your money. Start the training.

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