The NH Jump$tart Coalition believes that parents remain the singular force for change for the schools in their communities. Our recently updated statewide survey identifies the specific courses by each NH high school and their district’s graduation
The “I Can Save!” campaign is designed to encourage elementary school children to begin a savings habit that can continue through their lives. We are pleased to announce our continued partnership with The Centsables! The Centsables are six
In commemoration of our 20th anniversary, the NH Jump$tart Coalition is once again conducting an art contest for elementary school-age children in the Granite State. Final entries must be submitted by May 31, 2020. Details Here!
FinLit300 Registration Will Close February 21 - Don't Wait to Register a Team! This popular educational tournament empowers high school students to apply classroom-based financial education in a contest of knowledge and skills. The topics are
Check Your School is the first public national engagement campaign of the Project Groundswell initiative. The principal goal of Project Groundswell is to increase financial education in our nation’s classrooms 25 percent by the end of 2025.
Can you afford the life you want? Will you own a car? Where will you live? How will you earn a living? The possibilities are endless, but it may be time for a Reality Check. Fill in the choices on the next page to see if you can afford your dream
You may be familiar with our 12 Principles Calendar, which outlines a financial principle each month. Recently, the Jump$tart Coalition's Education Committee redesigned the principles to better align with the National Standards in K-12 Personal
As an all-volunteer non-profit organization, we have to rely on donations and sponsor ships to conduct our programs and activities. Please support our mission by participating in our annual fund-raising campaign. You can make a tax-deductible
All of us from the New Hampshire Jump$tart Coalition wish you and your families a safe and happy holiday season! Thank you for your continued support of our efforts in improving the financial literacy of Granite State children and we wish you all of
Congratulations to Raymond High School for winning the 2019 FinLit300 State Championship! They battled back in a hard fought contest with this year's finalist- Bow High School. The following teams also qualified to compete in this year's