Fiscal Management

Implementation Strategies

Estimated time to complete: 5-7 hours

Upon completion, you will receive an Advanced Level certificate of completion.

Get ready to take charge of budget oversight and keep your program in compliance. Learn to develop and populate a program budget and to project expenses. And, get important tips and strategies for how to sustain your program after grant funding ends. When you’re done, you won’t be a CPA but you will be more prepared to manage your fiscal responsibilities.

After you complete this section, you’ll be able to 

  • Describe the regulations and requirements associated with your 21st CCLC program budget.
  • Follow cost principles that need to be applied when managing a budget.
  • Develop your program budget.
  • Monitor and control your program budget.

Coaching My Staff

Estimated time to complete: 1 hour

Upon completion, you will receive a Leadership Level certificate of completion. 

Explore with staff the value in understanding – and applying that understanding – of fiscal management.

After you complete this section, you’ll be able to

  • Train and support staff to implement fiscal management cost principles.
  • Select Y4Y trainings that are the most important for your staff.  
  • Assess staff readiness to implement fiscal practices and procedures for a 21st CCLC program. 


Find ready-to-use, customizable tools that can help you plan, design, implement and assess fiscal management in your program. 

Learn More Library

Visit the Learn More Library to find links to numerous external resources including videos, publications and more to deepen your understanding of fiscal management. 

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