Whether you work in financial education or social services, the AFC® allows you to work with individuals and families from any income level or background. Financial goals are life goals, and careers in the nonprofit sector better equip you to bridge the gap to financial security for all people.
Learn how you can use your AFC® or FFC® certification in the nonprofit space.
These organizations fulfill a variety of roles that reflect the needs of their community, often including financial education and counseling in the areas of budgeting, debt elimination, foreclosure prevention, tenant and landlord regulations, and more.
Assist clients in developing debt management plans, understanding the cost of credit, establishing a budget and adjusting their spending habits.
Community and Social Services
Jobs in social work, probation counseling, community counseling, and the like often require you to have the skills to unravel varying situations where financial instability is a factor.
Tax Counseling and VITA
Provide tax preparation services for clients, often educating or coaching individuals to be able to file their own taxes. Volunteer efforts are often overseen by site administrators.