The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection Call for Youth Employment Programs

The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection is continuing its Youth Employment Success (YES) initiative with a new 2019 cohort. This program aims to improve financial literacy for youth in job readiness programs and is looking for five new programs across the country that are interested in creating and testing tools to help youth better understand their finances. Ultimately, the program goal is to improve socioeconomic self-sufficiency and employment outcomes in youth job programs, as well as develop sustainable tools to serve youth across the country. If selected, the programs will receive access to new tools developed by the Bureau and will also be able to evaluate and make suggestions on the tools. Selection criteria include mission alignment, organizational capacity, target population, willingness to share feedback, and relationships with similar programs. If you think your program and participants would benefit from a tool and training to improve young adult finances, email with a Letter of Interest by November 26, 2018. Other resources for Youth Employment Programs can be found at
Record Type: 
Policy Announcement / Memoranda
November 2018
Partner Resources
  • Employment
    • Job Readiness
  • Asset Building
    • Financial Literacy and Education
  • Special Populations
    • Youth in Transition