Money Master Volunteer Training Program

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Money Master Volunteer Program

The Money Master Volunteer certification program is recognized by the University of North Texas and the Denton County Extension Agency. Becoming a master volunteer prepares participants to give back to their community by teaching the fundamentals of; personal finance basics, adult learning, and presentation skills.  

Becoming a Money Master Volunteer requires:

  • 40 hours of training (see schedule)
  • 40 hours of service hours within a year after the training is completed
  • $50 course fee, inclusive of training materials and meals at Saturday trainings


40 hours of training is provided in person and online, important training dates are:

  • Saturday Sept. 10th,  9:00-3:00p.m.  UNT campus lunch will be provided
  • Saturday October 8th, 9:00-3:00p.m.
  • Saturday Nov. 12th, 9:00-2:00p.m.
  • Every other Tuesday during the Fall semester. 5:30-7:30pm on campus

Online training, assignments given and completed prior to each training meeting

Volunteer Hours:

Upon the completion of training you will be considered an intern. Upon completing 40 hours of service you will be a Money Master Volunteer. Hours can be completed through community presentations, creation of materials, community resource events, and much more. More details about completing training hours will be provided.

Being a certified Money Master volunteer has many benefits:

  • Official Money Master Volunteer certification – Recognized by UNT Career Connect and State of Texas County Extension Agency
  • Opportunity to give back to the community through educational programs and outreach events
  • Hands on experience for students specializing in social work, personal finance, family studies, or teaching
  • Great opportunity to begin building a professional network
  • In participating in the Money Master Volunteer training, you will gain greater insight into how to better manage your own personal finances and get real world experience teaching, presenting, counseling, and writing about the topics covered.