One of the most important ways our members can do this is by volunteering with any of our boards, committees, and forums. Each of these groups work towards advancing the MSBA’s mission in unique and valuable ways, and they do so thanks to the diverse strengths of our members.

If you’re interested in contributing to any of the following groups and helping us move the profession forward, contact the committee leadership.

Women's Bean Project

Volunteer with Women's Bean Project

Women’s Bean Project accepts applications year-round for its financial literacy training programs.

Junior Achievement

Volunteer with Junior Achievement

Junior Achievement’s Finance Park provides financial literacy education to Denver schools.

Mi Casa

Mi Casa Innovation Lab

Mi Casa seeks volunteers for its Innovation Lab in Park Hill.



Partner Organizations

The MSBA works with organizations across the state to offer programs that teach financial literacy to a wider audience. Contact us to learn how to get involved with any of them.


Junior Achievement

Junior Achievement teaches the principles of financial literacy to young people in order to help them thrive. Its Finance Park program is an interactive simulation designed to give middle- and high-school students hands-on experience in budgeting and financial decision-making.

Mi Casa

Mi Casa works to advance the economic success of Latino and working families by expanding opportunities for educational, professional and entrepreneurial advancement. Volunteers from the MSBA help provide a four-session program to people in the Park Hill community about setting financial goals, developing spending plans, taxes, and establishing credit.

Warren Village

Warren Village provides subsidized apartments, along with housing, education, and family services, for single parents. The MSBA partners with Warren Village to offer residents workshops on budgeting, saving, and general financial management.

Women's Bean Project

The Women’s Bean Project provides impoverished and struggling women with work opportunities, job training, and life skills development to become self-sufficient. The MSBA provides financial literacy coaching in several sessions throughout the year.