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The Minnesota Jump$tart Coalition brings together individuals and organizations to improve the personal financial literacy of Minnesota's Youth.


Thank you for attending the 2014 Jump$tart Annual Event featuring Chris Farrell!


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**THANK YOU to those who attended Jump$tart's Annual Event that took place on Wednesday, April 30th, 2014 at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and featured Chris Farrell, Economics Correspondent for American Public Media's Marketplace program. Teachers, parents and those interested in financial literacy and education attended. It was an inspiring and informative event! Bravo to all who presented and participated.
**Congratulations to Melissa Betzolt and Amy Dougherty, scholarship recipients who attended Jump$tart's National Educators Conference (held November 1 - 3 in Washington DC). Melissa, winner of the Lee-Eisenreich Scholarship, is a Business Teacher at Eveleth Gilbert High School. Amy, the winner of the Consumer Credit of Minnesota Sponsorship, is a Business & Technology teacher at Hancock Public Schools. Bravo, Melissa and Amy!
**Materials from our 6/18/13 webinar for college faculty and staff: "Financial Challenges Faced by Graduating College Seniors (and What to Do About Them!) are available. Consider downloading a copy of the powerpoint as well and using the video primarily for audio purposes. Information about the webinar facilitator, Sophia Bera, is here.
**Jumpstart in a nutshell? Download our tri-fold brochure here.
**Jump$tart focuses its work in four key areas listed below. Click on "MN About Us" then "MN Committees" on the menu to the left to learn more.

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