For Participants and Graduates
Whether you’re just beginning your Fellowship or have already graduated, the FINRA Foundation has a number of tools to help you. Look for a job in your new career area using one of the resources listed below, use our toolkits in counseling sessions with your clients or get active in the Military Spouse Fellow community.
Need ideas for completing your practicum hour requirements? Consider a variety of activities such as volunteering at your local relief society, attending a professional financial training or writing a newsletter article on a related topic. Refer to AFCPE’s Guide to Practicum Hours and list of available Practicum Opportunities.
If you've written an article or blog post on a personal finance topic and would like us to consider publishing it on SaveAndInvest.org, let us know. We do reserve the right to adjust or update the content prior to posting on the site and will work with the author on those updates.
The FINRA Foundation offers you free toolkits to use in your counseling sessions with clients—or for your personal use. Review credit reports, learn about identity theft protection and much more. We also have a variety of other financial tools free for your use and make PDFs and printed copies of many of FINRA's educational publications and other materials free of charge.
So you’ve received your accreditation. Now what? Here’s a list of resources you can use as you seek a new job with your AFC® Certificate, as well as general resources in support of military spouses:
Facebook and LinkedIn Groups
BBB Military Line
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