The Colorado Jump$tart Coalition offers this FREE, hands-on, 1-evening and 2-day workshop to help you build your knowledge about personal finance topics to reinforce your excitement and ability to bring the same knowledge to students. This workshop focuses on critical economic and personal finance topics to help you improve your own financial well-being. With better financial know-how you will have the tools to bring engaging discussions, lessons, and activities to your classroom.
Topics include: Psychology of Money, Risk Management & Insurance, Building Wealth:Saving and Investing, Maintaining Wealth:Wills & Estates, Money Management, Paying For and Paying Off College, Managing Credit and Debt, Identity Fraud, Financial Services for Your Students Today and Tomorrow, PFL Resources. This workshop recieved outstanding evaluations from P-12 Colorado educators in 2011, 2012, and 2013!
Space is limited so REGISTER today to reserve your spot! Due to the high demand for this workshop, you will be aske for a $50 deposit to hold your space at the time you register. You will ONLY be charged if you do NOT attend.
What’s in it for you?
Who should attend?
The workshop is open to all Colorado P-12 teachers, administrators and content specialists. Limited spaces are also reserved for higher education professionals. Previous Fiscal Fitness workshop attendees, substitutes and retired teachers will be put on a waiting list. You must register to be waitlisted.
Join us for an exciting Economics and You! evening session at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City-Denver Branch where you can enjoy tasty hors d'oevres, beverages, networking with educators from across Colorado AND gain invaluable insight into domestic and global economics. The speakers for this event are dynamic and easy to understand! This is the perfect opening event to provide you with the necessary framework for Friday and Saturday. The event begins at 5:30 p.m. and ends at 8:00 p.m. Don't miss the fun. Discounted parking vouchers available. Note: While this event is optional, those who missed it last year were very sorry that they did upon hearing rave reveiws from colleagues who made it a point to attend.