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
For the cost of $5 – or the cost of a cup of your morning coffee and a bagel – you can help two children acquire sound money management skills through our interactive classroom lesson with content Read More
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This popular educational tournament empowers high school students to apply classroom-based financial education in a contest of knowledge and skills. The topics Read More
The NH Jump$tart Coalition believes that parents remain the singular force for change for the schools in their communities.
Our statewide survey identifies the specific courses by each NH high Read More
You may be familiar with our 12 Principles Calendar, which outlines a financial principle each month. Recently, the Jump$tart Coalition's Education Committee redesigned the principles to better align Read More
Established in 2000, NH Jump$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.
It's estimated that 34.5% of young adults (18-34 years old) in the U.S live at home with their parents. Here's how it varies by state, as well as over time.