About the MCC Financial Planning Program
To educate and empower others.
Diverse cultures, vibrant communities, and self-empowered individuals to make best-interest financial decisions specific to unique values and objectives.
As the Metropolitan Community College Financial Planning Program, we embrace life-long common sense strategies used to accumulate and protect personal wealth.
students as life-long learners
for the rights and privileges of consumers
communities who are underserved and underrepresented
Our Strategies & Actions
- Create K-12 partnerships
- Develop curricula and programs specific to financial education
- Develop continuing education opportunities to serve MCC FPP alumni and area financial services industry
- Create partnerships with existing consumer advocacy organization
(e.g. Better Business Bureau, etc.)
- Develop curricula and programs specific to consumer awareness and understanding
- Develop educational opportunities for consumers
- Create partnerships with existing consumer social programs
(homeless shelters, food pantries, etc.)
- Develop curricula and programs specific to financial inclusion
- Develop educational opportunities for at-risk communities
Goal 1: To educate students as life-long learners including but not limited to K-12, higher education, and continued education.
Outcome: Nebraska will have the highest percentage of per capita of credentialed financial professionals as compared to any other state in the U.S.
Goal 2: To advocate for the rights and privileges of consumers including but not limited to those who have been negatively impacted by individuals, organizations, institutions, and systems.
Outcome: The incidence of unfair and deceptive acts and practices should diminish through the use of media, presentations, workshops, conferences, etc.
Goal 3: To empower communities who are underserved and underrepresented.
Outcome: Financial literacy amongst at-risk communities should improve due to the increased access to financial educational opportunities.