Center for Financial Literacy and Economic Education
About the Center
The mission of the Center for Financial Literacy and Economic Education is to promote financial literacy and economic education in greater Harnett County and surrounding regions.
Launched in 2017 as a partnership between Campbell’s Lundy-Fetterman School of Business and the North Carolina Council on Economic Education, it is part of a national network of centers for economic education affiliated with the Council for Economic Education.
Housed at Campbell Business, the Center works with Campbell’s School of Education & Human Sciences and the College of Arts & Sciences to deliver programs to the K-12 educators and their students while also engaging in community outreach programs for the public.
Programming initiatives include professional development for K-12 teachers, economic education, a workshop series, personal finance clinics, investment clubs and seminars throughout the year.
The Center also serves as a one-stop information hub for free and unbiased educational resources to assist Campbell stakeholders including faculty, staff, students, alumni and community partners in making knowledgeable choices that will improve the economic well-being of themselves, their families and their communities.
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Next Gen Personal Finance
North Carolina Council on Economic Education
North Carolina A&T State University
Center for Economic Education
Belk College of Business
BB&T Center for Free Enterprise Education
Fayetteville State University
School of Business and Economics
Department of Management, Marketing and Entrepreneurship
Mitchell Community College
Mitchell-Iredell Center for Economics and Entrepreneurship
Western Carolina University
Center for the Study of Free Enterprise
North Carolina Central University
Center For Economic Education
School of Business