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National Educator Conference Scholarships Available

The North Dakota Jump$tart Coalition is proud to offer two scholarships for North Dakota educators to attend the National Educator Conference sponsored by the National Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy, held in Los Angeles, CA, November 8-10, 2014.

Posted 9/15/14 (Mon) read more »

Two teachers going to Washington DC

Two Teachers go to Washington

Posted 11/04/11 (Fri) read more »

North Dakota JS Board 2011 2012

Posted 10/30/11 (Sun) read more »

2011 ND Jump$tart Conference Public Service Announcement

Inviting the public and providing details for the 4th Annual ND Jump$tart Financial Literacy Conference, "The Color of Money."

Posted 3/07/11 (Mon) read more »

Two ND Teachers Are Going to National Conference

Posted 10/18/10 (Mon) read more »

Bismarck Boy and Devils Lake Girl Win Savings Bonds in Drawing Contest

Posted 6/18/09 (Thu) read more »

America Saves Week

Posted 2/22/09 (Sun) read more »

North Dakota Takes Step Forward in Personal Financial Literacy for Its Citizens

Read the press release from the official public announcement of the North Dakota Jump$tart Coalition.

Posted 4/23/07 (Mon) read more »

Public Invited to Sharpen Money Skills at ND Jump$tart Conference

All North Dakotans interested in a positive economic future are encouraged to get on board the financial literacy express and attend the North Dakota Jump$tart Coalition Spring Conference to be held Wednesday, April 15, 2009 at the Doublewood Inn, Bismarck.

Posted 3/10/09 (Tue) read more »

Money, Money, Money – Are You Financially Fit?

Nearly two-thirds of American workers have no retirement savings account to provide for long term needs such as future retirement living and medical expenses. At the same time, American’s rate of personal savings keeps dropping: personal savings declined from about 10% of disposable income in the early 1980s to 1.8% in 2004. In 2005, the savings rate was negative for the first time since the Great Depression.

Posted 3/26/08 (Wed) read more »