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NGPF Launches 3rd Annual Teacher Innovator Contest

Here are the deets:

WHAT DO I NEED TO SUBMIT?
  • COMPLETE THIS FORM to submit details about your favorite personal finance lesson or activity that demonstrates an innovative approach to teaching a personal finance concept. 
WHAT IS CONSIDERED “INNOVATIVE?”
  • Creation of an original lesson plan or activity with a personal finance focus
  • Modification of an existing lesson or activity (e.g., creating an extension activity to challenge your high performers, finding additional resources to supplement your lesson/activity, creating a differentiated lesson/activity to meet the various learning styles of your students)
  • Modification of an existing lesson or activity to meet the needs of a specific student population (e.g., English Language Learners (ELL), Individualized Learning Plans (ILP), Special Education)

Keep in mind: your submission should be replicable for other educators and not reliant on outside partnerships. 

WHO IS ELIGIBLE?

Win an NGPF Scholarship to Jump$tart 2017 in Washington D.C.!

Next Gen Personal Finance (NGPF) is awarding 25 scholarships, worth $425 each, for classroom teachers to attend the National Educator Conference in Washington, D.C.! To apply for your chance at one of these scholarships:

  1. Select an NGPF resource from the list below
  2. Use the resource with your students and collect 5 student work samples
  3. Complete the NGPF Jump$tart Application Form

Deadline for submissions is Friday, April 14, 2017.

 

By |March 15th, 2017|Contest Current, Front Page Spotlight, Uncategorized|

NGPF Summer Institute

Thank you to everyone who applied to the NGPF Summer Institute.  We were humbled by the overwhelming response that we received this year and by the commitment to financial education you demonstrated in your personal statements. The selection process was extremely difficult this year. We have notified all who submitted an application of their status and will post those who are accepting their offers shortly.

We also recognize that the large response rate demonstrates the strong demand for additional professional development opportunities. Given your interest in professional development, we thought you would want to know that NGPF is significantly increasing our commitment to serve you:

  • We are planning a series of NGPF FinCamps this year. These are day-long professional development workshops to be held throughout the country. We will be looking for groups of 25-30 teachers interested in an engaging, interactive and teacher-centric professional development experience. Please email Tim on tim@nextgenpersonalfinance.org if you are interested in learning more details.

  • We will be offering scholarships for a cohort of teachers to attend the Jump$tart National Educator conference this fall in the Washington, D.C. area. Look for an email describing the details about this scholarship program later this

By |March 15th, 2017|Contest Current|

NGPF Application Tips For Summer Institute 2017!

We are excited to start the process for the Summer Institute 2017. Last year, we planned to invite SIX applicants for NGPF’s Inaugural Summer Institute. However, due to an incredible response of qualified candidates, we selected TWELVE! In that same spirit, we have even better news this year! Due to the success of last year’s Institute, we have decided to increase our investment and host TWO Summer Institute sessions – which means 24 outstanding educators will be joining us in Palo Alto this summer!

By |January 30th, 2017|Contest Current, Front Page Spotlight, Summer Institute|

NGPF isn’t currently running any contests but will be soon. Check back!

By |August 19th, 2016|Contest Current|

NGPF Contest: Win One of Twenty Scholarships to 2016 Jump$tart Educator Conference in Dallas

 

For the first time ever, NGPF is offering up to 20 scholarships for classroom teachers to attend the Jump$tart National Educator’s Conference, hosted this year on Nov 5-7 in Dallas, TX. See the flyer below for details on how to apply and be one of our lucky winners!

Press Release: Announcing 2016 Next Gen Personal Finance Teacher Innovator Award Winners

Palo Alto, CA –May 2, 2016 — Next Gen Personal Finance (NGPF), a non-profit with a mission to provide a free personal finance education to all young people, is pleased to announce the winners of it’s Second Annual NGPF Teacher Innovator Award.  This award recognizes outstanding teachers who have developed their own projects and activities to engage and educate their students. NGPF received dozens of innovative and creative project submissions from high school and college educators. These projects were judged based on criteria including creativity, skill development and ease with which other teachers can bring into their classroom. 

Each of the winners in the Best Activity/Project category will be receiving $1,000 from NGPF and will appear in an upcoming NGPF podcast to discuss their projects: