Our commitment to financial education
Helping people achieve brighter financial futures is at the core of what we do at Discover. We are committed to bringing financial education to students nationwide, and we partner with schools, communities and organizations to fulfill this commitment.
Who we are
Discover believes brighter financial futures begin by providing students with the skills they need to help them succeed long after they leave the classroom. To support this vision, Pathway to Financial Success is bringing financial education to students across the country.
Where we are
Our program with Discovery Education is designed to empower middle and high school students to achieve brighter financial futures.
News & views
Celebrate National Financial Literacy Month with Discover’s Pathway to Financial Success
April 04, 2018 – The United States Senate declared April National Financial Literacy Month to dedicate focus on increasing the financial capability of our youth.
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Discover Financial Services and Discovery Education Unite to Empower High School Students to Take Control of Their Financial Futures
November 29, 2017 – In an effort to bring financial education into more classrooms and promote fiscal responsibility among high school students, Discover Financial Services, a recognized leader in the financial education space, and Discovery Education, the leading provider of digital content and professional development for K-12 classrooms, today announced their collaboration to launch Pathway to Financial Success in Schools.
Discover unveils ultimate one-stop website to answer the most important questions about college
September 13, 2017 – The newest college planning resource for high school parents, students and guidance counselors, CollegeCovered.com, features compelling multimedia editorial content, insider tips and interactive tools to inform the college planning process and empower smart financial decision making.
Online daters say a good credit score is more attractive than a fancy car
August 21, 2017 – Online daters might have better luck finding Mr. or Ms. Right if they swap out the profile picture of their expensive car with an image of their credit score, according to a recent survey by Discover and Match Media Group.