Members of Minnesota Jump$tart Coalition are part of a network of people and organizations who fill a variety of roles in the coalition. All of the members are concerned about improving the financial literacy of Minnesota youth, young adults and or individuals and families. Although we identify network members based on their area of interest within financial literacy, we do not have different categories of netowrk members. There are no fees to become a member. A main benefit for you or your organization is the visibility provided that shows you provide financial education.
Educators who teach financial literacy programs, both in the traditional K-12 system and in other contexts, are instrumental to our mission. Educators join Minnesota Jump$tart Coalition to:
Parents who are interested in financial literacy join Minnesota Jump$tart Coalition to:
Not-for-profit organizations that support financial literacy might coordinate resource people that visit classrooms, develop resource materials to help train or increase awareness of the need for increased financial literacy. Not-for-profit organizations could gain the following from Minnesota Jump$tart Coalition:
Financial institutions and industry associations often are concerned about helping people become more financially literate both to give back to their communities and to increase the effective use of their services. Financial institutions might seek out Minnesota Jump$tart Coalition to help:
Government officials and policy makers can join Minnesota Jump$tart Coalition to:
For more information on how to get involved contact us.