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Financial education is well-being for all

Numerica’s mission of enhancing lives, fulfilling dreams and building communities is brought to life through financial education. Every time you bring us your hopes and dreams, we will be here to listen, guide, and educate.

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Starting Off Right Scholarship

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$tarting Off Right Scholarship

We're offering $1,250 scholarships to 16 high school seniors this year because we believe in the connection between education and well-being. It boosts resiliency. It increases earning potential. It equips us with skills to make our community a better place.

To be eligible for these scholarships, applicants must be enrolled in a trade, vocational, certificate, associate, or bachelor's degree program in fall 2024.

This need-based scholarship supports individuals who share Numerica’s commitment to enhancing lives, fulfilling dreams, and building communities.

Important 2024 scholarship dates

  • April 1: Applications open
  • April 30: Applications close
  • June 5: Applicants notified of awards decision

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2023 Recipients

Eligibility Requirements

  • Be a Numerica member in good standing
  • High school senior entering into a trade, vocational, certificate, associate, or bachelor’s degree program in the fall of 2024
  • Provide 2 letters of recommendation from different sources (i.e., teacher, coach, manager, nonprofit, pastor, or school counselor)
  • Meet minimum 150-word count on all narrative application questions
  • Provide a copy of an acceptance letter from a regionally or nationally accredited institution of higher education
  • Provide Student Aid Index (SAI) score or explanation of lack of SAI score
  • Complete “Preparing to Pay for College” quiz and attach a screenshot of the confirmation screen
  • Study guide for the quiz: Paying for College workbook

Want to learn more about the application process, selection criteria, and all things scholarship? Check out our rules and regulations.

High School Program

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Through this award-winning program, students gain financial tools to help them on the path to financial well-being. Numerica’s financial education curriculum was developed with area teachers to provide fundamental financial resources and encourage ongoing financial conversations.

Numerica’s most requested financial education lessons (Budgeting, Credit, Fraud, and Paying for College/Trade School) are available for in-class teaching or virtual learning. Contact a team member to get more information on bringing financial education into your classroom.  

Numerica’s $tarting Off Right – Financial Education Workbook offers teachers flexibility to customize a learning program to fit their class’ need and covers:

  • How to establish a budget
  • Saving money for future goals
  • Understanding credit scores
  • Building credit for the future
  • How to protect your personal information
  • How to spot and stop common types of financial fraud
  • College/Trade school financial aid
  • How to read a financial aid award letter

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A supplemental teacher’s guide is available. Reach out to Numerica's Financial Education Team for more information. 

We also host a Financial Simulation, providing students the opportunity to put their knowledge into real life situations with hands-on experience. Email us to schedule. 

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Financial Education Workshops

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The road to financial well-being is the beginning to happier employees, an engaged workforce, and building a strong community. Numerica provides workshops at work to help your employees in:

  • Budgeting from knowing where to begin budgeting to how to find hidden money for that dream vacation, learn about various budgeting tools and the steps in how to get started.
  • Home buying basics
    • Where do you start when you are buying a home?
    • How much can you afford for a home loan?
    • What types of home loans are available?
  • Credit scores and the role they play in our lives. Another popular topic is how to improve your credit score.
  • Borrowing basics including how to get a loan how to find and get a loan that best fits your needs.
  • Car buying tips and considerations for an auto loan.
  • Investments both short term savings and long term investments like retirement.

These are just some of the topics Numerica on-site workshops can help with. 

Workshop resources to download:

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April 13, 2024