Programs for You

 

Learn, Earn, Save & THRIVE with Momentum

Are you living on a low income? Do you want to start a business, learn to manage and save your money or build skills towards a better job? See how Momentum can help! All of our programs are free.

 


 

Start A Business

Are you ready to be the boss? Learn what it takes to be a successful business owner. Momentum offers small business start-up programs for people with a serious intent to start a business. You bring the passion and expertise, Momentum will show you how to take care of the business side of your venture, including writing a business plan.

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Manage & Save Your Money

Learn how to reduce your debt, improve your credit, pay your bills on time, save for your future and increase your assets—even if you are living on a low income. You can even get a boost on your savings!

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Get A Good Job

Do you dream of starting a career that gets you excited to go to work AND helps you thrive? You could start a career in the trades, get guidance on honing your job searching skills or get a little boost to help you on your career path.

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Programs for Organizations

Learn to provide money management education for people living on low incomes.

Momentum’s Financial Literacy Training and StartSmart RESP Training are based on a holistic, asset-building approach to growing a sustainable livelihood. Call Momentum at 403-272-9323 for more information.

 

Financial Literacy Training

Support your participants in growing their financial literacy skills. Momentum’s Financial Literacy Training empowers organizations to integrate foundational financial literacy into their programming and achieve positive results with the license to use Momentum’s proven Financial Literacy curriculum.

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StartSmart RESP Facilitator Training

Do you work with families living on low incomes to help them move out of poverty? StartSmart Training is a free, half-day class about Registered Education Savings Plans (RESPs) and how they relate to poverty reduction.

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