MoneyTeach Partner Highlight: Next Gen Personal Finance

4/11/2018
Post by: HSFPP
The HSFPP content is designed to be used as a stand-alone program or in collaboration with other favorite activities and resources. To help HSFPP users get familiar with new MoneyTeach partner, Next Gen Personal Finance (NGPF), check out six of their favorite resources. Continue Reading→

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Financial LITeracy Films: Buying Happiness

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4/11/2018
Post by: HSFPP
by HSFPP guest blogger, Dana Adcock With the Girl Scout Gold Award, I decided to address the social problem of financial ignorance among teenagers and young adults. My project centered around financial literacy, directed towards high school and college students. I created a YouTube channel entitled Financial LITeracy Films, which addresses topics like scholarships, credit and budgeting. Continue Reading→

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3 Student-Led Activities for Financial Literacy Month

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4/11/2018
Post by: Kimberly Roy
This April, flip the script and engage teens in applying their own knowledge and unique perspective of personal finance to spread awareness to their communities.  Continue Reading→

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An Opportunity for a Meaningful Conversation: Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day

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4/11/2018
Post by: Susan Sharkey
As teens explore their own marketable skills and career interests, Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day is an occasion to weigh factors of choosing a meaningful career path, compare income and employee benefits, and pay attention to employment trends and conditions. Continue Reading→

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NEFE Evaluation Toolkit Redesign: Save Your Existing Evaluations

4/4/2018
Post by: HSFPP
We are launching a redesigned NEFE Financial Education Evaluation Toolkit this June. NEFE will be adding National Surveys, HSFPP module assessment questions and several hundred new questions that align with Jump$tart’s national standards in K-12 personal finance education. With the launch of the new site, you will not be able to access your current evaluations after June. What do you need to do with your current evaluations by May 25, 2018? You have several options.  Continue Reading→

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