Calling All Change Makers: NGPF 2019 Summit

Oct 24, 2018
Teaching Strategies, Advocacy, Behavioral Finance, Professional Development, Schools In News

Are you passionate about increasing access to personal finance education? Motivated to affect change in your class, school, district or community? Apply for NGPF's Summit today!


Who You Are: You understand the importance and value of personal finance education. You acknowledge that students must learn to manage money, create budgets, and build good credit habits to become financially secure adults in the 'real world'. You are committed to improving financial education in your community.

Who We Are: Next Gen Personal Finance (NGPF), a non-profit, is a passionate team of educators delivering free personal finance curriculum, professional development, and advocacy support to over 12,000 teachers nationwide. Our mission is simple: To revolutionize the teaching of personal finance in all schools and to improve the financial lives of the next generation of Americans.

Together We Will: Transform the financial future of your community.


2019 Summit Details

When: 5pm Friday, March 15 - 3pm Sunday, March 17, 2019
Where: JW Marriott Hotel, San Francisco, California
Cost: Roundtrip transportation to San Francisco ONLY. The rest of the weekend, including accommodation and meals, will be underwritten by NGPF. (Partial travel scholarships available)


Eligibility Requirements

Applicants must:

  • Be current US high school personal finance teachers.
  • Participate in all sessions during the 1 1/2 day professional development including a Welcome Dinner on Friday, March 15. The Summit will conclude at 3pm on Sunday, March 17, 2019.
  • Submit a completed application by November 16, 2018.

Apply today!

About the Author

Laura Matchett

After graduating with an education degree and spending 7 years in an elementary classroom, Laura made the switch to the non-profit world and loves interacting with students, educators and business professionals across the country. She is passionate about all students having access to high quality education and views personal finance education as one way to ‘level the playing field’. When Laura is not locating or creating high quality educational resources, you can find her mountain biking or searching for the best ramen in town!