Nation Impact Report Details EverFi's Reach

EverFi’s financial literacy courses reached over 900,000 students last school year. Our National Impact Report provides
a glimpse into students’ knowledge gain and how prepared they feel to make sound financial decisions.

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EverFi Teams Up with Major League Baseball
to Take on Summer Learning Loss

Learn more about our newest digital course by joining our webinar on March 28th

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We take pride in the courses we build and the support we provide teachers. With many former teachers on our team, we know that education technology can support instruction on the topics that make a difference in students’ lives.

Watch this video to learn more about the big vision behind EverFi’s work. Check out our course links below and you can get started right away.

Explore Our Courses

Join the 50,000 teachers who are already implementing EverFi courses across the U.S. and Canada. Through our partnerships with private-sector leaders, forward-leaning foundationsand non-profits, these online digital courses are available to K-12 schools at no charge.

Financial Education

Vault Understanding Money™ 
(Grades: 6-9)

We hear the best way to prepare young students to spend their allowance wisely is by having them take Vault. At least they’ll think twice before purchasing that next “want”.

FutureSmartSM
(Grades: 6-8)
Who needs a budget anyway? Turns out everyone. That’s just one more thing your students will know how to do after taking this course.

EverFi Financial Literacy™
(Grades: 9-12)
Before your students start working, applying for financial aid, establishing credit, becoming adults, get them the tools they need to manage their personal finances.

STEM Readiness

Hockey Scholar™
(Grades: 5-7)
We hear the best way to prepare young students to spend their allowance wisely is by having them take Vault. At least they’ll think twice before purchasing that next “want”.

Ignition – Digital LiteracySM
(Grades: 6-8)
Technology changes rapidly. Give your students the tools they need to keep up with technology and stay safe online.

Radius – STEM Career ReadinessTM
(Grades: 8-10)
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to share this fun, agent-themed Math course with your students. Get them ready for a STEM future.

Health & Wellness
Summer Learning


Summer Slugger

(Grades: 4-5)
On the surface it’s a game, but underneath this
is a powerful tool to keep students practicing those essential
Math and Literacy skills over the summer months.

Diversity & Inclusion

Commons
Digital Town Square™
(Grades: 8-10)
If civic engagement is truly coming back in style, then Commons is a great toolkit for creating the most engaged and knowledgeable citizens possible.

306
African-American History™
(Grades: 9-12)
Shine a light on African American History and all of the amazing figures and movements that have been a part of it. Your students will leave this course inspired.

Career Leadership & Success

NFTE Venture
Entrepreneurial Expedition™

(Grades: 7-10)
What better way is there to learn about entrepreneurialism than by building
a food truck business? Based on the incredible taco, sushi, and
salad trucks we’ve seen over the years, we think the answer is “none.”

Our Certified Teacher Program

Tabitha Herrin

“The programs really work, students really like what they’re doing, and they learn so much from it.”

Sonia Edwards, Technology Teacher
Port Morris School

Blog Posts

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Interview with Harriet Sanford, President & CEO of the NEA Foundation

We recently sat down with Harriet Sanford to hear about her impressive 40-year career in education, and her current work supporting public teachers and students through the NEA Foundation. The interview has been edited and condensed for clarity. Why did you go into education?  I began my career – 40 years ago (sigh!) — as a […]

Digital Learning: Preparation for Tomorrow

Just over a century ago, education theorist John Dewey cautioned that “if we teach today’s students as we taught them yesterday, we rob them of tomorrow.” At that point, industrialization was reorganizing cities, rural communities, and the role and realities of work. To prepare students for their futures, it made perfect sense that schooling should […]

Vault Helped Me Learn about Needs vs. Wants

Today we’re featuring a guest post from Chicago student Khloe W who shares how the skills and knowledge she gained from Vault – Understanding Money™  will help her reach her goal of graduating from college and earning her doctorate. Congrats to Khloe for being one of our scholarship recipients! Student: Khloe W Teacher: Linsey Rose School: STEM Magnet Academy […]

Featured Events

Our team regularly attends conferences, hosts informative webinars and engages with our school communities and sponsors to recognize student achievement. Check out some of our events.

Future Goals Showcase
– Toronto, Ontario

Watch as the NHL and NHLPA host the Future Goals Showcase, an educational field trip for thousands of Toronto area students…

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African-American History Program with Allan Houston
– Washington, DC

Students celebrate Allan Houston’s FISSL program, the digital course 306, and African American History Month…

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Cassie’s Video
– Northwest Mississippi

Cassie is a hardworking student who is the first in her immediate family to attend college.

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Thank You Teachers
– Toronto, Ontario

Gary Bettman, NHL Commissioner, thanks all the educators and students participating in the Future Goals Program.

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Harvard Case Study

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