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One Thing for Financial Education
by Christina Cuzzi, Community Relations Director

Fidelity Investments’ commitment to financial education is grounded in our belief that when people have access to financial knowledge, they are more confident, can make better decisions and achieve better outcomes in their lives and the lives of their families. We are laying the foundation for economic and financial education to support students in building life-long financial confidence.

At Fidelity, our year-round efforts in the community are focused on bringing financial education to the underserved K–12 population. Through the Fidelity Financial Forward® program, we work with teachers and students both inside the classroom and within our communities. We leverage our associates skills in financial services and technology to support programs and nonprofit organizations that help build more financially engaged communities.

  • Visit the Fidelity Learning Lab® to introduce the children in your life to financial concepts through age-appropriate lessons and resources.
  • Visit Fidelity’s Learning Center to access resources and education from planning basics through retirement.
  • Follow Fidelity on Twitter @FidelityNews

The third parties mentioned herein and Fidelity Investments are independent entities and are not legally affiliated.

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Our celebration of Financial Literacy Month continues with the kick off of our teacher scholarship program for this year’s Jump$tart National Educator Conference, scheduled for November 4 – 6 in Arizona.  Follow this link to learn more and apply now!

As you know, some weeks, the p.m. edition of our Financial Fridays newsletter features a second partner in the afternoon.  But today, we have even more surprises planned!  Don’t miss the next issue, coming to you in just a few hours.

For those who observe Passover or Easter, or are just enjoying spring break, we wish you a happy holiday and a great weekend!