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2017 Jump$tart National Educator Conference

MFEC is offering two scholarships for Montana Teachers (PreK-12) to attend the Jump$tart National Educator Conference, November 3-5, 2017 in Washington, D.C.


 

What, When and Where?

This conference, November 3-5, 2017 in Washington, D.C., offers classroom educators an opportunity to see, learn about, and try financial educational resources to integrate immediately into current lesson plans; to attend informative financial education workshops under three different strands—advocacy, curriculum/content, and personal growth; to meet with leaders from finance and education; and to network with colleagues from across the country.

View the conference details: http://www.jumpstart.org/nec17.


How to apply for the scholarship

To apply for one of two MFEC scholarships that will cover the registration fee ($425) and transportation (up to $575) applicants must submit the following in letter format: (limit of 2 single spaced pages).

1. Applicant’s name, position, school (with a brief description of responsibilities).

2. Number of years of teaching.

3. Titles of courses taught during the past three years. Please specify which courses include personal finance.

4. Statement describing how the applicant anticipates using the information from the conference in their classroom.

5. Attach a letter from administrator with approval to attend the conference.

6. Submit application to Megan Vincent, mvincent2@mt.gov, by Friday, September 29, 2017.


How does the applicant share what was learned with the MFEC and other educators?

Applicants are asked to share what they learned with two follow-up activities.

1. Write a short article for CTE e-newsletters highlighting one concept you learned and will be implementing directly into your classroom to be shared with Montana CTE secondary educators. Due by December 1, 2017.

2. Pick of the following two options:

a. Prepare a presentation to share what you learned at the conference during one of the quarterly MFEC Board meetings (December 2017, March 2018, or June 2018). May be done in person in Helena or via technology.

b. Prepare and facilitate a workshop using the material learned at Jump$tart at an in-state professional development opportunity as agreed to by the MFEC Executive Board. Due by June 30, 2018.

JumpStart National Educator Conference

Scholarships Available to Attend the 2016 Jump$tart National Educator Conference

WHAT, WHEN, AND WHERE?

The Montana Financial Education Coalition (MFEC) is offering two scholarships for Montana Teachers (PreK–12) to attend the Jump$tart National Educator Conference, November 5–7, 2016 in Dallas.

This conference offers classroom educators an opportunity to see, learn about, and try financial educational resources to integrate immediately into current lesson plans; to attend informative financial education workshops under three different strands—advocacy, curriculum/content, and personal growth; to meet with leaders from finance and education; and to network with colleagues from across the country.  View the conference details:  http://www.jumpstart.org/teacher-conference.html

 

HOW TO APPLY FOR THE SCHOLARSHIP:

To apply for one of two MFEC scholarships that will cover the registration fee ($425) and transportation (up to $575) applicants must submit the following in letter format: (limit of 3 single spaced pages).

  1. Applicant’s name, position, school (with a brief description of responsibilities).
  2. Number of years of teaching.
  3. Titles of courses taught during the past three years. Please specify which courses include personal finance.
  4. Statement describing how the applicant anticipates using the information from the conference in their classroom.
  5. Attach a letter from administrator with approval to attend the conference.
  6. Submit application to Megan Vincent, mvincent2@mt.gov, by Friday, September 30, 2016.

 

How does the applicant share what was learned with the MFEC and other educators?  The application can choose what method of sharing works best in their situation for 1 and 2.

  1. Prepare a poster or power point presentation to share what you learned at the conference during one of the quarterly MFEC Board meetings (to be determined between the board and successful applicant). May be done in person or via technology.
  2. Share the poster or power point presentation and during the MAFCS meeting April 20 – 21, 2017; MATCE in October 2017; or something in your district/region as agreed to by the MFEC Executive Board.
  3. Write a short article for the FCS e-newsletter highlighting one concept you learned and will be implementing directly into your classroom.

Jump$tart Conference – for Personal Finance Teachers!

 

Save the Date!
November 1-3, 2013

Plan on attending the ONLY national educator conference specifically devoted to personal finance!
Where:
JW Marriott 1331 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, DC
When:
November 1 through November 3, 2013
Highlights:
Workshops, Exhibit Hall, National Speakers, and so much more!
For Teachers Who Teach Personal Finance!
As the nation's leading advocate for youth financial literacy, the Jump$tart Coalition® is proud to conduct the only national educator conference devoted entirely to personal finance education in the classroom.
 

Cost – $395
Includes 2 nights' lodging, conference meals, and more!
Attendees provide their own transportation.
Visit Jumpstart.org for details on the conference devoted entirely to the teaching of personal finance in grades K-12.