Save the Date for Annual Personal Financial Literacy Conference

April 15, 2015 at 1:34 pm

save the date blue 3d realistic square isolated buttonThe Iowa Jump$tart Coalition is pleased announce it will once again offer its annual Personal Financial Literacy Conference. The conference provides a wealth of resources and information to help Iowa educators help their students with key financial literacy concepts.

Mark your calendars now to attend the conference Thursday, July 16. The conference will be at DMACC’s FFA Enrichment Center, located at 1055 SW Prairie Trail Parkway in Ankeny. We anticipate having a conference registration form available early to mid-May.

Interested in being a presenter?
We are also looking for conference presenters. If you are interested, we invite you to submit a proposal to present at the conference. The proposal deadline is May 22, 2015. Click here to access the proposal request form.

Want to exhibit at the conference:
If your organization is interested in exhibiting at the conference, please click here to fill out the exhibitor request form.

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