Speakers for the Classroom
Several organizations across Washington offer guest speakers for the classroom.
Here are a few you might want to contact.
Consumer University teaches audiences of all ages and sizes the smart way to reach their financial goals.
Washington State Department of Financial Institutions (DFI)
DFI's financial education staff provides financial education presentations to classrooms as well as teacher training seminars.
Junior Achievement of Washington
Junior Achievement is a nonprofit organization providing a series of business, economics and life-skills programs to enhance the education of young people.
Local banks across Washington State are active in educating students about money. Check with the Washington Bankers Association to find a program.
Washington Credit Unions
Many credit unions across Washington State are active in educating students about personal finance. Check with the Washington Credit Union league to find a program.
Washington Society of CPAs
WSCPA members volunteer their expertise and time to increase the level of financial literacy in their communities. They offer classes to schools across the state.
Washington Jump$tart Coalition
Many members of the Washington Jump$tart Coalition are active in their local community schools.
Financial Education Public Private Partnership
The Washington Financial Education Public Private Partnership can help connect you with curriculum and a speaker for your classroom.