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February 10, 2022 – Conrad Siegel announced today that it is partnering with The Actuarial Foundation in a joint initiative to bring the national Math Motivators Tutoring Program to Harrisburg-based schools. This new program will focus on providing math education and financial literacy programs to youth in the Central PA region. The two organizations ran […]

The Actuarial Foundation is excited to announce that the 2020–2021 Modeling the Future Challenge was a huge success. The Challenge, now in its fourth year, is a national scholarship competition aimed at introducing the actuarial profession to high school students and was developed with the Foundation’s partner, the Institute of Competition Sciences (ICS). Even in […]

The health and safety of students, volunteers and staff in our Math Motivators programs are top priorities for The Actuarial Foundation. As you may have heard, we have suspended this free math tutoring program across the country as we do our part to minimize the spread of COVID-19. Understandably, both students and tutors are disappointed […]

As the spread of COVID-19 in the United States has resulted in school closings around the country, The Actuarial Foundation has been reaching out to students, parents, and educators, and sharing its free online math education and financial literacy resources. The Foundation understands that the transition to in-home learning can be challenging, and its free […]

With precautionary measures surrounding COVID-19 leading to school closures around the country, our education system is now facing an indeterminate period in which virtual learning has become necessary. Digital learning tools like The Actuarial Foundation’s real-world math and financial literacy programs are more valuable than ever, as both teachers and parents navigate the waters of […]