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Hands on Banking: Tools You Can Use

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Wells Fargo is the Presenting Sponsor of the Council for Economic Education’s 56th Annual Financial Literacy and Economic Education Conference.

hands on banking Hands on Banking: Tools You Can UseAs the presenting sponsor, Wells Fargo is committed to financial education. Since 2003, thousands of Wells Fargo team members have reached nearly 4 million people through financial education outreach efforts.

One way that Wells Fargo demonstrates its commitment to financial education is through its Hands on Banking® program. Hands on Banking provides specialized resources for both individual and classroom learning. This program offers relevant and engaging content on banking, budgeting, managing credit, investing, and more. There are several resources available to explore these financial topics, including Zing, a friendly and curious green alien that helps students in grades 4 through 5 or self-paced modules for high school students.

Please visit the Hands on Banking exhibit during the conference to learn more.

POSTED: October 3, 2017 | BY: admin

CEE Report – Fall 2017

No matter what the industry, it all comes down to knowledge sharing, creativity and economic empowerment. This blog focuses on that intersection.

POSTED: October 3, 2017 | BY: admin

CEE Report – Summer 2017

No matter what the industry, it all comes down to knowledge sharing, creativity and economic empowerment. This blog focuses on that intersection.

POSTED: August 9, 2017 | BY: admin

Congratulations to the Winners of our NYC Student Poster Contest!

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We are proud to announce the winners of the NYC-Metro Area Poster Contest. The Contest asked K-12 students to illustrate a personal finance or economics concept. We received hundreds of entries from across the five boroughs.

Four winners were selected by the CEE Poster Contest Committee – one from each grade band (K-2; 3-5; 6-8 and 9-12) plus honorable mentions. The student winners and their teachers were recognized at a “viewing party” in SoHo where their artwork was on display. The winners each received a $250 AmEx gift card, a certificate, and most importantly recognized for their hard work and creatively. Nan J. Morrison, CEE’s President and CEO presented the awards in front of a studio filled with the students’ families and friends.

Grades K-2 Winner: Charlotte Wachter

  • Teacher: Ricki Sokol
  • Ann MacArthur Primary School, Locust Valley, Long Island

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Grades 3-5 Winner: Ethan Esparrago

  • Teacher: Lois Wang
  • Saint Stephen of Hungary School, New York, NY

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Grades 6-8 Winner: Erica Rotondi

  • Teacher: Theresa Valenti
  • St. Clare School, Staten Island, NY

Erica Rotundi Congratulations to the Winners of our NYC Student Poster Contest!


Grades 9-12 Winner: Paige Leonard

  • Teacher: Elizabeth Price
  • Northport Highshool, Northport, Long Island

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Honorable Mentions:

Grades K-2: Ava Fauvell

  • Teacher: Ricki Sokol
  • Ann MacArthur Primary School, Locust Valley, Long Island

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Grades 6-8: Salma Farrea

  • Teacher: Caroline Feeney
  • Waterside School for Leadership, Rockaway Park, NY

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Grades 9-12: Britney Delgado

  • Teacher:Lynn Tiede
  • Columbia Secondary School, New York, NY

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Awards Ceremony:






Ava Fauvell



Paige Leonard



Ethan Esparrago



Charlotte Wachter



Britney Delgado















 
 
  

POSTED: May 16, 2017 | BY: admin

Successful Leaders Share Their #MySavingsTip Throughout Financial Literacy Month

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For Financial Literacy Month, in partnership with Natalie Zfat, Entrepreneur and Forbes Contributor, we enlisted successful leaders in all different fields such as Mark Cuban, Randi Zuckerberg, Andrew Ross Sorkin, Alexa von Tobel and others to inspire kids to start saving and raise awareness for personal finance and economic education in our nation’s schools. Throughout the entire month, the participants shared their best money-savings tip.

The #MySavingsTip campaign and a handful of participants were featured throughout the month on CNBC, CNBC Make It, Mashable and HuffPost. Here’s a great round-up along with an inspiring video of the campaign from CNBC Make It, Mark Cuban and 24 other leaders and execs offer their No. 1 best money-saving tip.”

It’s true: “you don’t have to be young to benefit from the advice.”

List of Participants:

  • Lo Bosworth, Entrepreneur, Author and Creator of TheLoDown
  • Mark Cuban, Investor, Entrepreneur, Television Personality and Owner of NBA’s Dallas Mavericks
  • Melissa Giannini, Editor in Chief, Nylon Magazine
  • Elizabeth Gore, Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Dell, Chair of the United Nations Foundation’s Global Entrepreneurs Council
  • Kelli B. Grant, Consumer Reporter, CNBC
  • Megan Hess, Mobile Editor, Bloomberg
  • Dan Kadlec, Journalist and Author
  • Brian Kelly, Founder and Editor in Chief at ThePointsGuy.com
  • Beth Kobliner, Journalist and The New York Times Best Selling Author
  • Ron LieberThe New York Times “Your Money” columnist and Author
  • Erin Lowry, Founder at Broke Millennial
  • Dr. Annamaria Lusardi, Denit Trust Endowed Chair of Economics and Accountancy at the George Washington School of Business
  • Kathryn Minshew, Founder & CEO at The Muse, contributor to HBR, WSJ & Bloomberg
  • Nan J. Morrison, CEO & President, Council for Economic Education
  • Brian Page, Teacher, Reading High School, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Mona Patel, Founder and CEO of Motivate Design
  • Carrie Schwab-PomerantzPresident, Charles Schwab Foundation and SVP Charles Schwab
  • Rosie Pope, Creative Director and Co-Founder of Rosie Pope Maternity
  • Chondra Sanchez, Creative Co-Director and Writer at Evil Ink Comics
  • Chris Siegfried, Mortgage Consultant- HomeStreet Bank
  • Ann Shoket, Author of The Big Life, former editor in chief Seventeen Magazine 
  • Andrew Ross SorkinThe New York Times Columnist/Editor, CNBC Squawk Box Co-Anchor, Author and Creator/Executive Producer of BILLONS on Showtime
  • Alexa von Tobel, Founder and CEO, LearnVest
  • Tara Lynn WagnerNY1 reporter
  • Natalie ZfatEntrepreneur and Forbes Contributor
  • Sam Zises, Founder and CEO, Learned Media
  • Randi Zuckerberg, Founder and CEO, Zuckerberg Media

 

 

 

 

 

 

POSTED: May 4, 2017 | BY: admin

25 Successful Leaders Share Their #MySavingsTip Throughout Financial Literacy Month

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For Financial Literacy Month, in partnership with Natalie Zfat, Entrepreneur and Forbes Contributor, we enlisted successful leaders in all different fields such as Mark Cuban, Randi Zuckerberg, Andrew Ross Sorkin, Alexa von Tobel and others to inspire kids to start saving and raise awareness for personal finance and economic education in our nation’s schools. Throughout the entire month, the participants shared their best money-savings tip.

The #MySavingsTip campaign and a handful of participants were featured throughout the month on CNBC, CNBC Make It, Mashable and HuffPost. Here’s a great round-up along with an inspiring video of the campaign from CNBC Make It, Mark Cuban and 24 other leaders and execs offer their No. 1 best money-saving tip.”

It’s true: “you don’t have to be young to benefit from the advice.”

List of Participants:

  • Lo Bosworth, Entrepreneur, Author and Creator of TheLoDown
  • Mark Cuban, Investor, Entrepreneur, Television Personality and Owner of NBA’s Dallas Mavericks
  • Melissa Giannini, Editor in Chief, Nylon Magazine
  • Elizabeth Gore, Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Dell, Chair of the United Nations Foundation’s Global Entrepreneurs Council
  • Kelli B. Grant, Consumer Reporter, CNBC
  • Megan Hess, Mobile Editor, Bloomberg
  • Dan Kadlec, Journalist and Author
  • Brian Kelly, Founder and Editor in Chief at ThePointsGuy.com
  • Beth Kobliner, Journalist and The New York Times Best Selling Author
  • Ron LieberThe New York Times “Your Money” columnist and Author
  • Erin Lowry, Founder at Broke Millennial
  • Dr. Annamaria Lusardi, Denit Trust Endowed Chair of Economics and Accountancy at the George Washington School of Business
  • Kathryn Minshew, Founder & CEO at The Muse, contributor to HBR, WSJ & Bloomberg
  • Nan J. Morrison, CEO & President, Council for Economic Education
  • Brian Page, Teacher, Reading High School, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Mona Patel, Founder and CEO of Motivate Design
  • Carrie Schwab-PomerantzPresident, Charles Schwab Foundation and SVP Charles Schwab
  • Rosie Pope, Creative Director and Co-Founder of Rosie Pope Maternity
  • Chondra Sanchez, Creative Co-Director and Writer at Evil Ink Comics
  • Chris Siegfried, Mortgage Consultant- HomeStreet Bank
  • Ann Shoket, Author of The Big Life, former editor in chief Seventeen Magazine 
  • Andrew Ross SorkinThe New York Times Columnist/Editor, CNBC Squawk Box Co-Anchor, Author and Creator/Executive Producer of BILLONS on Showtime
  • Alexa von Tobel, Founder and CEO, LearnVest
  • Tara Lynn WagnerNY1 reporter
  • Natalie ZfatEntrepreneur and Forbes Contributor
  • Sam Zises, Founder and CEO, Learned Media
  • Randi Zuckerberg, Founder and CEO, Zuckerberg Media

 

 

 

 

 

 

POSTED: May 4, 2017 | BY: admin

National Economics Challenge Finalists Win Trip To Germany!

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Screen Shot 2017 05 04 at 3.55.51 PM 485x1024 National Economics Challenge Finalists Win Trip To Germany! This year, two lucky National Economics Challenge finalists have been randomly selected to attend an all-expense paid trip to The Joachim Herz Stiftung’s Economy Camp!

The winners are David V. Zheng (Moundsview High School, Minnesota) and Stephanie Zhang, (North Penn High School, Pennsylvania). David and Stephanie will join high school students from across Germany and the United States to debate and discuss current economic topics.

But, before they fly off to Germany, both will be coming to New York City with their teammates to compete for a chance at winning the National Economics Challenge’s Championship title.

To learn more about the National Economics Challenge and find out what teams have made it to the finals, please visit: www.nationaleconomicschallenge.org.

 

 

POSTED: May 4, 2017 | BY: admin

Mark Cuban, Randi Zuckerberg, Andrew Ross Sorkin and others to kick-off Financial Literacy Month with “My Savings Tip” campaign

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On April 1, the Council for Economic Education (CEE) will kick off a month-long financial literacy campaign, enlisting Mark Cuban, Beth Kobliner, Ron Lieber, Jeffrey M. Lacker, Andrew Ross Sorkin, Alexa von Tobel, Randi Zuckerberg and others to raise awareness for personal finance and economic education in our nation’s schools. Participants will share personal savings tips on social media to inform and inspire kids to understand and take control of their financial lives.

With early and continued exposure to personal finance and economics, kids grow up to be better savers, investors, borrowers, voters and participants in the global economy. They can make better financial decisions for themselves and their families. CEE, in partnership with entrepreneur Natalie Zfat and economists, entrepreneurs, business leaders and journalists (see full list below) will be sharing their savings tips, in hopes to inspire kids to understand how critically important financial literacy is to set foundations for their lives and careers.

“We’re excited to launch the My Savings Tip campaign with Natalie Zfat and this group of inspiring participants to showcase the importance of financial literacy,” said Nan J. Morrison, CEO and President, CEE.  “Hearing directly from experienced leaders and entrepreneurs about their personal savings tips is a powerful message—we can’t thank them enough for helping to inspire young people through their messages.

“I can’t think of anything more important than a child’s education,” said Natalie Zfat. “It’s an honor to work with CEE again to help teach kids how saving is such an integral part of success.”

The #MySavingsTip campaign will run across multiple social media platforms throughout April to get kids talking about how to create lives of possibility. You can follow along via our Twitter and Facebook pages.

List of Participants:

POSTED: March 28, 2017 | BY: admin

CEE Launches Student Poster Contest for Financial Literacy Month!

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The Council for Economic Education (CEE) is excited to announce the launch of our Financial Literacy Student Poster Contest open to all NYC Metro area teachers and their students*.

Teachers are invited to submit their students’ creative posters that illustrate a personal finance or economics concept. Four winners will be selected by CEE – one from each grade band (K-2; 3-5; 6-8 and 9-12).

The student winner and their teacher each will receive a $250 AmEx gift card plus an invitation to a recognition ceremony where we will feature their work of art. We can’t wait to see what the students will design!

For more information on eligibility and submission requirements, please visit our contest submission page.

* Contest is open only to residents of the following counties: Bronx, Kings, Nassau, New York, Queens, Richmond, Suffolk and Westchester. To view the official contest rules click here.

POSTED: March 13, 2017 | BY: admin

Council for Economic Education Produces Content for Minecraft: Education Edition

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The Council for Economic Education (CEE) is excited to announce new educational content released for Mojang and Microsoft’s Minecraft: Education Edition. CEE released two free Minecraft lesson plans providing teachers, grades 3-5 nationwide the opportunity to further engage their students on the subject of economics via one of the most popular games in the world.

The lesson plans are designed for students to explore how to make smart economic choices in a team setting. When playing Minecraft, students will evaluate costs and benefits to help determine the types of resources needed to build a structure. In turn, when they’ve created a structure in Minecraft they will reflect on how their economic decisions made a positive or negative impact on their built environment.

“We are excited about our activities with the Minecraft Education team,” said Nan J. Morrison, CEO and President, CEE. “The fact is that only 20 states require students to take a course in high school economics and it’s our mission to ensure kids at every age are given the opportunity to learn key economic concepts. Using Minecraft is a fun and easy way to teach kids about fundamental life skills – choices, costs, and benefits – all core principles of economics.”

CEE will continue to develop free Minecraft lesson plans tied to economic concepts for teachers to use in the classroom. To view the two free lesson plans, please visit:

Teachers can sign-up for a trial of Minecraft: Education Edition by visiting: http://education.minecraft.net/get-started/.

POSTED: March 8, 2017 | BY: admin