Welcome to the Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy

Jump$tart is a coalition of diverse financial education stakeholders. These organizations work together to educate and prepare our nation's youth for life-long financial success.

Envision a Financially Literate Future! 

Registration underway for the 8th Annual Jump$tart National Educator Conference. This year the conference will be held in Dallas Nov. 5-7. Learn more at jumpstart.org/nec16.
Deadlines for various teacher scholarships are fast approaching! Check out deadlines and details. Don't miss your opportunity to join us for #JSNEC16.
Exhibitor spaces and sponsorships available for the annual National Educator Conference. For more information contact Turn on JavaScript!or check out jumpstart.org/nec16.
National Jump$tart Coalition Partners explain why "together, we're stronger."
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Office of Comptroller of the Currency (OCC)
The mission of OCC is to ensure a safe and sound banking system, and fair access to credit for all Americans. OCC builds public awareness by publishing consumer advisories about financial services issues and through public service announcements in English and Spanish. The OCC HelpWithMyBank.gov website provides answers to more than 250 commonly asked questions on financial products and services, and also enables the public to register complaints about their national banks. Read More....
2016 Jump$tart National Educator Conference 2016 Jump$tart National Educator Conference
As the nation’s leading advocate for youth financial literacy, the Jump$tart Coalition® will proudly conduct its seventh annual conference devoted specifically to PreK-12 classroom teachers of personal finance in November. Read More...

FDIC Money Smart for Young People FDIC Money Smart for Young People
The FDIC’s new Money Smart for Young People series features four free age-appropriate curriculums that are designed to promote financial understanding in young people. The FDIC developed these new educational tools as part of ongoing work with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) to improve financial decision-making skills among youth. The curriculum makes learning fun for students at every stage of development, from pre-K through age 20. Read More...

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