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Developing financial education for our communities.

Real Life Finance

Old National’s own “Real Life Finance – Practical Advice for Managing Your Money” offers customized financial education programs to students, clients of community-based organizations, employees in the workplace and Indiana National Guard families. Topics include the following:

  • Buying a home                                
  • Understanding and handling credit
  • Budgeting and managing money        
  • Avoiding identity theft, fraud and scams
  • Saving for college or retirement          
  • Basic banking

Bank On programs

Old National associates developed the financial education curriculum in use by Bank On partners throughout many Old National communities. The Bank On program provides mainstream financial services to those who would not otherwise have a banking relationship, and it equips individuals to successfully manage a checking account. Old National led the way in implementing the first Bank On program in the Midwest and has played a key role as the program has been replicated
in many other communities. 

Realityapolis

Created by Old National Bank in conjunction with the Girl Scouts of Southwest Indiana, Realityapolis is an interactive, hands-on game that helps middle schoolers develop financial knowledge in a FUN way. Realityapolis players draw cards to determine their job, income, marital status, family size and more. They then work their way through Realityapolis, making financial decisions as they buy a car and home, visit the grocery, pay for car insurance, select a wardrobe and more.

Financial Coaching

Old National’s Financial Coaching Program partners our own volunteers with students at Ivy Tech Community College to provide free one-on-one financial coaching. Old National "coaches" have completed 35 hours of training and work individually with students to assist them in developing a plan for meeting personal and financial goals. 

Here's What You Can Do Next

To learn more about any of these programs, call Amy Casavant at 812-464-1454.

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