Whether it’s buying gifts or making donations, preparing for the holidays can mean plenty of online and other financial transactions. Help your students protect themselves with a USA Funds® Life Skills® lesson about identity theft.
USA Funds Life Skills lesson “404 How Can I Protect Myself From Identity Theft?” teaches students how to prevent identity theft and how to cope if their identity is stolen. With interactive tips and resources, the course shows how to:
- Recognize identity theft and how it happens.
- Protect yourself from identity theft.
- Take steps to reclaim your identity if it is stolen.
USA Funds Life Skills is an online financial literacy and student success program. The program equips your institution to teach its students to manage their time and money wisely while they are on campus and after graduation.
Other USA Funds Life Skills courses address the topics of financial aid and paying for college, setting goals, academic success, balancing school and personal life, and preparing for graduation and life after college. The program also offers lessons that can help your students manage money and credit this holiday season.
USA Funds Life Skills recently received a gold medal in the Brandon Hall Group 2013 Excellence in Learning Awards Program.
Nearly 200 postsecondary institutions currently use USA Funds Life Skills.
Since moving to its current online platform, in 2009, more than 125,000 students at colleges and universities throughout the nation have completed more than 426,000 USA Funds Life Skills courses.
For more information about USA Funds Life Skills — or if you would like to schedule a demonstration or learn more about USA Funds’ other default prevention tools and solutions — contact USA Funds.