The goal of the New Jersey Coalition for Financial Education (NJCFE) is to improve the personal financial literacy of New Jersey’s citizens by promoting the teaching of personal finance to people of all ages. The Coalition believes that all citizens of New Jersey must have the financial literacy necessary to make informed financial decisions.
The Coalition meets regularly in the Central New Jersey region and consists of over 500 members and representatives of government agencies, schools, businesses, and nonprofit organizations that provide financial education and related services. The Coalition is a nonprofit operated by an elected board of directors and executive director.
NJCFE 2019 Financial Literacy Symposium
This year’s Symposium will feature two nationally recognized authors and two tracks for participants. Tracks available for Teachers and Community Fin. Lit Educators. A high point on the calendar of Financial Literacy educators and practitioners, this must attend event tackles the future of financial literacy and financial capability practices.
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