Illinois Jump$tart Coalition awards student scholarships to Illinois Central College
freshman, Jacob Hon, and University of Illinois junior, Amanda Beacham at the
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, July 2013.
WHAT WE DO:
Established in 2004, the Illinois Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy is a catalyst for enhancing the financial capability of young people through advocacy, collaboration and communication among key stakeholders.
To achieve this mission, the following goals were adopted:
WHAT WE OFFER:
Illinois Jump$tart advances the cause of youth financial literacy in 3 ways:
WHAT WE NEED:
Input and engagement from individuals and organizations interested in financial education is always welcomed. There are several ways to get involved with Illinois Jump$tart. Follow the links below for more information.
Action Network for Financial Empowerment
A Different Approach
Launching in July 2014, Illinois Jump$tart’s new Action Network will bring professionals, working with youth programs and policy around Illinois, together with the most innovative concepts and informed voices in financial education for an interactive summit at the Chicago Federal Reserve Bank.
The goal is to establish a new network of like minded advocates, working in different ways and different places, to accomplish a common objective: giving more young people the tools they’ll need to build secure, comfortable and productive lives.
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Illinois Jump$tart Coalition
332 S Michigan Ave Ste 1032 # I231
Chicago, IL 60604-4366
Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy