Learn2Earn Financial Education Programs

Winchester Savings Bank provides financial literacy programs to students of all ages; from elementary school to college. We can create a curriculum that is geared toward the specific needs of your students and will come to schools in our communities as well as libraries, after school programs, girl and boy scouts, and boys and girls clubs. For more information or to schedule a program, please call or email us.


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  • Coloring contests throughout the year
  • Winchester Town Day games on the Common

How Money Smart Are You?

FDIC Money Smart Alliance

The FDIC's Money Smart financial education program can help people of all ages enhance their financial skills and create positive banking relationships. First released in 2001 and regularly updated since then, Money Smart has a long track record of success.

Play the FDIC's "How Money Smart Are You?" game

Learn about everyday financial topics, and play any of 14 games that test your knowledge.


Banking 101

This covers types of accounts, debit cards, bank technologies such as online and mobile banking, as well as what you need to open an account.

Savings Goals

We will discuss the importance of saving money, how to pay yourself first, the benefits of a savings account, and setting financial goals.

Get Smart About Credit

What is credit? Learn responsible use of credit, protecting your financial identity, and managing your credit.

Managing Your Money

We cover the basics, including why you should know your balance, how to avoid overdrafts, and some budgeting and spending tips.

Professional Development

Careers in Banking

Take a look at the different opportunities in banking, from tellers, marketing, IT, human resources, and lending positions.

Employer Expectations

Learn what employers are looking for and expect when they hire new employees.

Interview Skills

Learn the key elements to effective interviewing.  Engage in interactive mock interview discussions and role playing.

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