Tag Archives: 'financial literacy

Financial Education Volunteers: Helping Nevada Communities

Financial Education Volunteers: Helping Nevada Communities

Nevada State Bank is proud to do its part in helping bring financial education to Nevadans, and in being a supportive member of Nevada communities throughout the state. [...]

Helping  Communities In Schools

Helping Communities In Schools

Nevada State Bank is proud to be a sponsor of Communities In Schools of Nevada (CIS), the nation’s leading dropout prevention organization. [...]

Teaming Up with JA of Northern Nevada To Teach Kids about Business

Teaming Up with JA of Northern Nevada To Teach Kids about Business

Nevada State Bank’s ongoing commitment to Junior Achievement of Northern Nevada has helped the non-profit group reach more than 8,000 kindergarten through 12th grade students with age-appropriate financial literacy lessons. [...]

Financial Literacy: An Important Objective

Financial Literacy: An Important Objective

As a financial institution, one of Nevada State Bank’s primary goals is to increase financial literacy in the communities it serves. More than 155 bank employees spent nearly 4,000 hours in 2014 teaching students, at-risk individuals, [...]

President’s Letter: The Gift of Financial Education

President’s Letter: The Gift of Financial Education

If you’d like to start teaching your children or grandchildren about money and finances, here are a few ideas to help you get started [...]

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