Governor Sununu acknowledged that “personal financial education is essential for ensuring that the youth of New Hampshire are prepared to manage money and credit wisely and responsibly.” He recognized Read More
The New Hampshire high school teams who will compete for the 2019 state crown have been announced: Bow High School - Concord High School – The Founders Academy - Goffstown High School – Londonderry Read More
Granite State Teachers! We are pleased to announce that Classroom Connections will once again be sponsored and hosted by our friends at Fidelity Investments! In addition to the content sessions, Read More
Check Your School is the first public engagement campaign of the Project Groundswell initiative, announced just last year at the Jump$tart National Partner Meeting during Financial Literacy Month in Read More
The “I Can Save!” campaign is designed to encourage elementary school children to begin a savings habit that can continue through their lives. We are pleased to announce a new partnership with The Read More
Since our founding in 2000, NH Jump$tart (a nonprofit 501 (c)(3) organization) has reached thousands of children, teens, parents and teachers with a message of smart consumer behavior and sound Read More
Established in 2000, NH Jump$tart is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization dedicated to improving the personal financial education of students throughout New Hampshire. It’s corps of volunteers is dedicated to helping young people better prepare for the challenges posed by today’s more complex marketplace of goods and services.
While experts debate what’s ahead for the U.S. economy, a major issue that’s often overlooked continues to pose a threat – personal financial health. It’s critical for all Americans to be equipped with the knowledge to make sound financial decisions.
Thank you to NH Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut, NH Banking Commissioner Jerry Little, NH State Treasurer Bill Dwyer, Joe Murray from Fidelity Investments and Christiana Thornton from the NHHEAF Networks for supporting our efforts in commemorating April as Youth Financial Literacy Month in New Hampshire! ... See MoreSee Less