Educational Program Partners

Financial Fitness

The Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy® is a 501-c-3 non-profit organization based in Washington, DC. It is a coalition-an organization of organizations that share an interest in advancing financial literacy among students in pre-kindergarten through college. Today, Jump$tart is a partnership of about 150 national organizations and entities from the corporate, non-profit, academic, government and other sectors. Many of these coalition partners are "household names." Generally, these partner organizations conduct and/or support financial education or offer financial education tools and materials for youth and others.

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STOP the Violence

The CareerSafe® Online Cyber Safety Awareness Training series provide students with basic awareness training to recognize and respond to cyberbullying situations. The adoption of technology has grown at an unprecedented pace over the last 10 years making it easier now more than ever to stay connected. We now have constant access through mobile connectivity. Teens have adopted this new technology as an extension of their lifestyle. The freedom to share information with and about each other anywhere anytime has exposed teens to a new vulnerabilities.

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Student Body

The Family Dinner Project is a growing movement of food, fun and conversation about things that matter. Over the past 15 years, research has shown what parents have known for a long time: Sharing a fun family meal is good for the spirit, brain and health of all family members. Recent studies link regular family meals with the kinds of behaviors that parents want for their children: higher grade-point averages, resilience and self-esteem. Additionally, family meals are linked to lower rates of substance abuse, teen pregnancy, eating disorders and depression. The Family Dinner Project also believes in the power of family dinners to nourish ethical thinking.

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The Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation (HWCF) is a broad-based, not-for-profit organization whose mission is to help reduce obesity, especially childhood obesity, by encouraging positive and permanent lifestyle changes among school-aged children and their families. The Foundation develops and implements innovative and collaborative educational, marketplace and community solutions with its coalition of 300 corporate and not-for-profit partners. Through its free, award-winning Together Counts™ healthy lifestyle, school curriculum, the Foundation has reached more than 34.5 million students. As the first commitment to First Lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move initiative and verified by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the HWCF's food and beverage company members gave consumers more lower calorie options by removing 6.4 trillion calories from their products– surpassing their pledge by more than 400% three years ahead of schedule.

 

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Leadership Service in Action

The Lead2Feed student leadership program is the nation’s leading and fastest growing free service learning program, attracting more than a million students in 3,500 schools and clubs across all 50 states. Aligned to standards and 21st century skills, Lead2Feed is making a huge difference in participants’ lives and the programs they create. The Lead2Feed Challenge was created by the Foundation for Impact on Literacy and Learning and the Lift a Life Foundation, with assistance from the Yum! Foundation, to encourage middle and high school students to hone leadership skills by completing a service-learning project that solves hunger, or other community needs involving a public non-profit (501c3).

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