At Fidelity, we believe everyone should know how finances fit into their life. And we’re passionate about making a difference in everything we do.
CEE and Jump$tart
In partnership with the Council for Economic Education and the Jump$tart Coalition, we provide workshops designed to increase teacher confidence and knowledge of financial concepts, and we share ways to bring these concepts to students. Content is presented along with pedagogical sessions.
Throughout the school year, Fidelity associates teach and share personal finance lessons and career insights through in-classroom and virtual programs, including JA Finance Park®, JA BizTown®, Career Speakers Series, Personal Finance, and events such as the JA Job ShadowTM that host students at our regional centers.
The InvestWrite® and Invest It ForwardTM programs connect financial industry volunteers with classrooms participating in The Stock Market Game with in-person and virtual learning experiences. Following The Stock Market Game experience, students become financial analysts participating in the InvestWrite® program that extends their learning and challenges their knowledge on financial concepts.
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