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2018 Financial Literacy Summit
Save the Date for our statewide 2018 CT Financial Literacy Summit which will take place on Monday, October 22, 2018 in Rocky Hill, CT at the Sheraton South Hartford from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Summit, hosted by the Connecticut Jump$tart Coalition, will focus on tools and techniques to promote and teach financial literacy in a classroom or workshop setting. We will be presenting ideas and solutions that you will be able to bring back to your own organization or classroom and implement.

Registration info coming soon!   Check out highlights of the 2017 Summit!

2018 National Educator Conference
November 3-5, 2018 – Cleveland,  Ohio

We can’t wait to see you in Cleveland for our 10th Annual National Educator Conference Nov. 3-5, 2018 at the Hilton Cleveland Downtown!

This year, to attend the conference submit a scholarship application by Aug. 31, 2018. Scholarships cover two nights at the Hilton, six conference meals, and full participation in the conference. Please see the scholarship criteria for additional information.

National Educator's Conference 2018

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:

CT Jump$tart
Attn: Chris Lee
79 Main Street
Meriden, CT 06451

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.

Our Mission:

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.