2nd Annual Women in Economics Symposium (St. Louis)

From our friends at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis: Second Annual Women in Economics Symposium Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019 | 3:30 – 8 p.m. Federal Reserve Bank of St. LouisDid you know that only 35 percent of undergraduate economics majors are women? And that this share has been on a steady decline since peaking …

CEE’s National Economics Challenge

From our friends at the Council for Economic Education: Welcome to the National Economics Challenge! The Council for Economic Education will host the 19th Annual National Economics Challenge in New York City on May 18 – 20, 2019. Cash prizes, trophies, and medals for the top teams at nationals. Rounds will cover Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, International …

True Grit

Step over John Wayne.  After almost ten years of advocating and lobbying by a small group of passionate individuals, with some interchangeable parts, a k-12 financial literacy bill has been signed into law. It will go into effect on April 10th. This bill is as much focused on equity and the importance of quality k-12 …

Credit for Life Fair Grant Opportunity Now Open!

From our friends at the Office of Economic Empowerment: The next funding opportunity for spring semester Credit for Life Fairs is now open! Eligible schools will meet the requirement of being a Massachusetts public high school, Massachusetts charter high school, or Massachusetts public or private day or residential special education program approved by the Massachusetts …

EITC Awareness Day (January 25th)

From our friends at the IRS:     Did you know that nationwide during 2018, 25 million eligible workers and families received about $63 billion in EITC? The average amount of EITC received nationwide was about $2,488! Join us in making the 13th annual Awareness Day as successful as last year’s. We partnered with more …

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