News & Updates

Since our founding in 2000, NH Jump$tart (a nonprofit 501 (c)(3) organization) has reached thousands of children, teens, parents and teachers with a message of smart consumer behavior and sound financial habits. You can help improve financial literacy in New Hampshire...
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The “I Can Save!” campaign is designed to encourage elementary school children to begin a savings habit that can continue through their lives.  We are pleased to announce our continued partnership with The Centsables! The Centsables are six lovable superheroes...
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As an all-volunteer non-profit organization, we have to rely on donations and sponsor ships to conduct our programs and activities.  Please support our mission by participating in our annual fund-raising campaign. You can make a tax-deductible donation with a credit...
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The NH Jump$tart Coalition believes that parents remain the singular force for change for the schools in their communities.  Our biennial statewide survey identifies the specific courses by each NH high school and their district’s graduation requirement. We are encouraged...
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Congratulations to Winnacunnet High School for winning the 2023 FinLit300 State Championship!   Raymond High School is this year’s Finalist. Pictures of this year’s event will be forthcoming.  In addition, thank you to all of the schools who participated in this year’s...
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In collaboration with the Council for Economic Education (CEE), Jump$tart is pleased to announce the release of the newly revised National Standards for Personal Financial Education. The new Standards represent Jump$tart’s and CEE’s shared vision of a single, unified set of standards that...
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A BIG THANK YOU to all of our Granite State teachers for all you do in the classroom for our children!  You play a critical role in educating and shaping them: the future leaders of our country. You are kind, patient,...
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Granite State Teachers!  Come and join us on May 12, 2023 at the Grappone Conference Center for our annual Classroom Connections workshop for Granite State teachers!    Check out our exciting lineup of presenters plus take the opportunity to network...
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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...
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The New Hampshire high school teams who will compete for the 2023 state crown have been determined! Teams from Bow High School, Founders Academy, Goffstown High School, Newfound Regional High School, Raymond High School, and Winnacunnet High School will be...
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FinLit300 Online Portion Ends Friday! This popular educational tournament empowers high school students to apply classroom-based financial education in a contest of knowledge and skills. The topics are based on the Jump$tart National Standards in K-12 Personal Finance Education. The...
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Governor Sununu acknowledged that “personal financial education is essential for ensuring that the youth of New Hampshire are prepared to manage money and credit wisely and responsibly.” He recognized the “concerned professionals of NH Jump$tart who volunteer their time and...
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