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A New Year of Possibilities

Looking back on 2022 with gratitude and looking ahead to 2023. 

The “Best Resource” in the Modeling the Future Challenge

Actuaries humanize the experience.

Celebrating National Scholarship Month

Foundation scholarships help students achieve their goals.

Math Motivators Students

Math Motivators Featured in the News

An exciting experience and opportunity for recognition.

Math Teacher Challenges

The challenges that math educators face affect the actuarial talent pipeline.

Pursue Your Dreams

Advice for high school students who want to attend college.

Why I Give Back to Students and How You Can Too

Join The Actuarial Foundation’s community of giving.

Understanding Math at a Deeper Level

The Modeling the Future Challenge makes it easy to teach practical math to high school students.

Well-Deserved Accolades

Congratulations to Friends of the Foundation Barry Jacobson and Josh Neubert on being recognized with SOA Presidential Awards.

Thank You for Caring, CAS Community!

We exceeded our goal with the CAS Community Counts Challenge.

The Road From Underwriter to Teacher

Making an impact with math.

Meaningful Connections

Reasons to support The Actuarial Foundation through the CAS Community Counts Challenge.

Former Educator to Master Trainer of the Modeling the Future Challenge

The MTFC opens the door to seeing possibilities with math through a problem-based learning approach.

Serving the Foundation

Past Trustee Sarah Hamid helps ensure the Foundation continues to enrich students’ math experiences.

Why I Give Back

Join me in supporting The Actuarial Foundation through the CAS Community Counts Challenge.

A Difference Maker Who Will Be Missed

A reflection by Foundation colleagues.

A Different Actuarial Path

Reflections from a scholarship winner and mentor.

Redefining Moments and Gratitude for Our Departing Chair

Thank you to Margaret Resce Milkint for her positive, graceful leadership.

Bringing Real-World Math Examples to the Classroom

A former math teacher shares her perspective on Expect the Unexpected with Math.

The Power of Questions

Asking questions during tutoring shows the student what they know and what they don’t.

Student Spotlight – Boyana M.

Learn about one student’s successful experience with Math Motivators tutoring.

Engage Students in Mathematics Through Real-World Challenge-Based Learning

There are three critical components to learning mathematics: engaging, motivating, and inspiring.

Tutor Reflection & Tips

Each Math Motivators tutor brings a unique style to make a positive difference.

Historical Human Interest: Katherine Johnson

Celebrating a pioneering NASA mathematician who broke barriers.