FinanceChallenge

 

Welcome to the New Jersey FinanceChallenge ONLINE!

The Challenge is underway:

What is the National Personal Finance Challenge? 

The National Personal Finance Challenge is an opportunity for students to demonstrate their knowledge of personal finance by connecting with other students from across the state in an online competition.

The highest scoring team will become the state champion and represent New Jersey in the national competition to be held Monday, May 4, 2020 at the University of Nebraska Lincoln College of Business, Lincoln, Nebraska. The event is hosted by the Nebraska Council on Economic Education.

The FinanceChallenge ONLINE! is designed to provide an online competition in personal finance for teachers and students throughout the nation. Research has shown that student clubs and competitions increase student participation, promote attendance, and help students achieve higher grades and standardized test scores.

 

Click here for state competition important dates.

 

There is no cost to either teachers or students to participate in the New Jersey FinanceChallenge ONLINE! competition.  For the state winning team and coach, an airfare subsidy, not to exceed $2,500, will be provided by the New Jersey Council for Economic Education for travel to the Nationals. Hotel and meals in Nebraska will be provided by the Nebraska Council on Economic Education.

Join teams from across New Jersey to take the Challenge!

  • Educators - Register today and start creating your student teams.
  • Students - Study hard! The New Jersey FinanceChallenge ONLINE! will test you and your knowledge of personal finance.

Every high school and middle school student in New Jersey is invited to compete in the New Jersey FinanceChallenge ONLINE!

Good luck to all our New Jersey State teams. The New Jersey FinanceChallenge ONLINE! is a great way to flex your intellectual muscle and participate with students from across the state in an exciting and fun competition.

Please contact Alana Coleman at acoleman@njeconomics.org or 609.731.8620 if you have questions or need assistance.