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The 2018 Connecticut Financial Literacy Summit took place in Rocky Hill, CT on October 22, 2018. Over 100 attendees, including educators and those from business, government and the non-profit sector, learned ideas, tools and techniques to teach financial literacy in classroom or workshop settings.
Our thanks go out to all who participated, including our wonderful array of speakers, including our keynote, Dr. Katherine M. Sauer, from the National Endowment for Financial Education.
If you would like to make a monetary donation to CT Jump$tart and their programs, please make your check payable to CT Jump$tart and mail to:
Upon receipt of your donation, we will mail you a receipt for your tax records.
The Connecticut Jump$tart Coalition believes that today, more than ever, students must be financially literate in order to be prepared for college, careers, and the increasingly complex economic demands of our 21st-century global marketplace. As a state, Connecticut can and must do more to get its students ready for those roles. If you’re interested in being part of CTJump$tart’s efforts to give our students the personal finance knowledge they need to succeed, please contact the Chapter’s president.
The Connecticut Jump$tart Coalition is a non-profit organization with individuals and organizations representing business, government and education who have joined together to improve the personal financial literacy of Connecticut’s youth.