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This unique matched savings program helps young people improve their financial capability when transitioning from foster care or navigating other youth-serving systems. Learn about how the Opportunity Passport™ allows young people to practice the skills they need to wisely earn, spend, and save money.

About the Training

Opportunity Passport includes two pathway options for trainings. Each training will be a max of 1.5 hours long, with youth needing to attend multiple trainings prior to being eligible to match (4 trainings or 8 trainings, depending on the pathway).

To prioritize health and safety, virtual trainings are being offered at this time.

If youth do not have access to a web camera, they will still be able to attend the virtual training sessions. However, they are required to attend the virtual training on a device that will allow them to hear and see the presentation from the training facilitator.

About the Training Process
Upcoming Trainings
Want to join a June training?

The training schedule shows the follow-up dates for KEY 2, KEY 3, and KEY 4. When registering for KEY 1, youth are registering for all 4 KEY training dates of a cohort. Spots are limited, so don’t wait to register!

Interested in Participating?

In order to enroll in the Opportunity Passport program, youth must first complete the financial education workshop facilitated by MAAC. Once youth have attended a training, they will need to fill out the application and follow the guidelines for saving and matching. Please contact an Opportunity Passport staffer to find out information on upcoming trainings in your region.

Featured Resources

Building Assets for Youth Aging Out of Foster Care
This report, which shares findings from the Opportunity Passport program, shows how young people aging out of foster care are building assets.

Building Financial Capability
This report, which features lessons learned from the Opportunity Passport program, shows how young people aging out of foster care can build financial capability.

Enduring Assets: A Study on the Financial Lives of Young People Transitioning From Foster Care
This study provides insights from young people building their financial capability through the Opportunity Passport program.

Youth and Credit: Protecting the Credit of Youth in Foster Care
This guide provides a step by step process for adults working with young people in foster care to develop their financial capability, focusing on how to implement

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