North Carolina Jump$tart Coalition Financial Literacy Partners Luncheon
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
323 W. Jones Raleigh, NC 27603
Networking opportunity with fellow financial education providers, formal address by North Carolina Secretary of State Elaine Marshall and lunch at noon.
Took Place on June 22, 2012
Download resources presented during the FLS III by click on the name of the presentation.
Biz Kid$ - Discover how Biz Kid$ can teach students about money and business through a fun, fast-paced TV series.
Debt and Credit for the Rest of Us - Your credit is the most important asset you own.
Investing for the Rest of Us - Learn how to choose the right investment that is right for you.
Hands on Banking: All three sessions can be found at www.handsonbanking.org.
View photos from the event by clicking here.
Funded by the US Department of Education College Access Challenge Grant P378A110017
Working together we can improve
the financial literacy of North Carolina's youth!
"If you're involved with or concerned about students learning how to handle money successfully, you've come to the right place."
The North Carolina Jump$tart is a coalition comprised of individuals, non-profit and governmental agencies, the corporate sector, and education partners who have joined together to improve the personal financial literacy of North Carolina's youth.
The Coalition's goals are to:
Read about the Day at the Legislature events in our Press Room - In the News
"Jump$tart Coalition's 2008 Survey Shows Financial Literacy Still Declining among High School Seniors."
Click on Survey Results to view the full report.