Help Another Be More Financially Confident
Do you have:
- A kind heart?
- Passion for building trusting relationships?
- Understanding and empathy for others' situations and emotions?
- Confidence in your own personal finances?
- Desire to help create positive financial changes?
If that describes you, Thrivent Volunteer Financial Coaching may be a meaningful opportunity for you to share your financial experiences – good and not so good – and help another in a one-on-one relationship.
Whether you've had smooth sailing with personal finances or have overcome financial challenges, you can draw upon your experiences to help others.
Thrivent Volunteer Financial Coaches support, encourage and guide another on their path to financial health. Coaches do not need to be financial experts or have a financial services background.
Coaches receive ongoing support and training in coaching techniques and industry accepted options for addressing personal finance needs like:
- Addressing debt.
- Improving savings habits.
View this short video (2 min.) to learn more about the role of Financial Coach.
Hear a coaching pair share their story (4 min.) to help better understand what coaching is.
Email us if you have questions.