Partnership between CSD Learns and Wells Fargo Educates Deaf Community in ASL

Partnership between CSD Learns and Wells Fargo Educates Deaf Community in ASL
November 27, 2017 CSD

Access to education and information in American Sign Language (ASL) is crucial for the Deaf community’s success. CSD Learns recently received a valuable grant from Wells Fargo to support the creation of classes on financial education — presented in ASL. Launching in January, topics will include dealing with debt and starting to invest. Each course is self-paced, and works to provide each student basic financial education.

“Wells Fargo strongly believes that people with disabilities should have the same opportunities to improve their financial health and well-being as anyone else,” said Kathy Martinez, head of disability and accessibility strategy at Wells Fargo. “We are proud to collaborate with CSD Learns to make our Hands on Banking program accessible to this community and help them succeed financially.”

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Program Manager Joseph Santini on location filming with Wells Fargo.

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To find out when the financial classes open, sign up for the CSD Learns email list here. If you’re ready to start learning today, it’s easy to sign up!

You can learn from classes such as:

Banking Basics – Take a deep dive into banking fundamentals.

Privilege and Intersectionality – Learn about these concepts to better engage in online conversations and real-life situations.

Just go to CSD Learns and subscribe.

Want to know more? Watch this video for CSD Learns.

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