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Sunday, January 24, 2010

NFCC 2010 National Be Money-Wise Financial Literacy Poster contest


It’s no secret that smart money choices equal a brighter future!   Did you know that financial experts agree starting early is one of the keys to later financial success?  I’m contacting you today on behalf of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling to alert you and your readers about a fun chance for kids to get a head start towards a smart financial future!

“$mart Money Choices = A Brighter Future” was selected as the theme of the NFCC’s 2010 Poster Contest. In an effort to increase interest in financial literacy to our nation’s youth, the NFCC is once again sponsoring the Be Money Wi$e National Financial Literacy Poster Contest.   The contest is designed to get young students thinking about how to manage money efficiently and offers them a creative outlet to demonstrate their knowledge.  It also provides the opportunity for local and national recognition for student artwork.  All finalists will receive a commemorative t-shirt, and each national grade category winner will receive an award plaque and a $100 savings bond.  In addition, the National Winner will be given an all-expense paid trip to Washington , D.C. , with a parent or guardian and will be given official recognition in April as part of the Financial Literacy Month on Capitol Hill!

Do you have a child or children in mind that you feel has the talent and creativity to win?  All school-aged children in grades 3-12 are eligible to enter with local and national winners to be chosen from each of three grade categories.   Students from public, private and home-schools are welcome. Entries will be judged by expression of the theme (above), artistic style, creativity, and must be submitted through an NFCC Member Agency for judging. *The submission deadline for poster entries is in February 2010, varying by each specific member agency.

Teachers, parents and students are encouraged to visit www.MoneyWisePosterContest.orgto find more detailed information, rules, entry forms, and where to submit. 

Encourage a child to get involved today!

Thank you Julie






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Owner of JamericanSpice. Sharing my journey in the present, from the past or thoughts for my future. Mom of two who loves to travel and read and decipher people.

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1 comment:

  1. It is a shame that children in K-2 are ineligible to participate in this contest.
    Prakash Dheeriya, PhD
    Father, Author & Professor of Finance
    www.finance4kidz.com

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I appreciate your thoughts - Colette

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