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  Florida Jump$tart Membership Application Form
The Florida Jump$tart Coalition® for Personal Financial Literacy seeks to improve the personal financial literacy of Floridians by focusing on the state’s youth by promoting and teaching personal finance skills so that individuals can make informed, responsible financial decisions.  Please consider joining the Florida Coalition and networking with other partners who share a passion for financial education.  Our partners come from businesses, financial institutions, government, non-profits, schools and colleges, and more.
 
  Florida Jump$tart Coalition Grant Application
The Florida Jump$tart Coalition® has grant money available to its Partners for the purpose of conducting financial literacy training. Through the efforts of Honorary Chair Rosanna Jacobsen, the Coalition received the grant from the United Parcel Service to increase financial literacy in Florida through outreach efforts to students and educators. Grants are awarded up to $500. An organization (Partners only) may receive up to two grants per calendar year.
 
  Florida Jump$tart Brochure
Learn more about the Florida Jump$tart Coalition® for Personal Financial Literacy, Inc.
 
  National Standards in K-12 Personal Finance Education
The revised National Standards in K-12 Personal Finance Education are nationally recognized.  These National Standards can be used to shape lesson plans and course outlines, to evaluate educational materials, and to develop educational requirements. Before you use these Standards to create new educational resources, we encourage you to visit our online clearinghouse at www.jumpstartclearinghouse.org to determine whether tools and products already exist to meet your need.
 
  Budgeting (English Version)
   
   Identity Theft Prevention
 
  Florida Jump$tart Coalition Presentation
 
  Five Elements You Should Know
 
  Establishing Good Savings Habits
 
  Making a Case for Financial Literacy
 
  Budgeting (English Version)
 
  Managing Credit Card Debt
 
  Choosing Credit Cards
 
  Building Youth Personal Finance Skills
 
  Borrowing and Using Credit Wisely
 
  A System for Saving Money
 
  Credit Scores
 
  12 Priciples You Should Know
 
  Credit Dos and Don'ts
 
  Saving (English Version)
 
  Florida Jump$tart Financial Smarts for Students
A PowerPoint Presentation about the Florida Jump$tart Coalition and what we do.
 
   
 
 
  2007 National Standards in K-12 Personal Finanical Education
Education standards for teaching financial literacy in grades K-12.
 
  2006 Jump$tart Survey and Summary
The latest survey  the fifth  was released by the Federal Reserve. The surveys, done every two years, were sponsored by the Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy, which wants students to have the skills to be financially competent.
 
  Your Credit Report
 
  Top 5 Reasons to Save
 
  Road to Financial Health
 
  Saving (Spanish Version)
 
  Monthly Calendar
topics for each month of the year
 
  Personal Finance Dictionary
 
  Education Standards
Description of Standards
 
  Remarks Alan Greenspan
April national Jump$tart Coalition meeting with state leaders.
 
  Jump$tart Video
A useful tool for all ages.
 
  66 Ways To Save
A useful tool for all ages.
 
  Key Points to Budgeting and Saving
 
  Teaching Kids About Money Makes a Lot of Cents