While we’re pleased that we reached our targets ahead of schedule, we’re especially proud that our work is having an impact. PwC engaged the University of Notre Dame to analyze EYF’s performance, using data from 172,000 student assessments that were administered over a two-year period at more than 550 US schools. The analysis found that the PwC curriculum increased basic financial knowledge of students, equipped more students with the knowledge to make the right financial decisions, boosted student confidence in their financial literacy, and expanded student interest in learning more.
Students and educators reached
Earn Your Future youth education service hours
|Volunteer hours by fiscal year||253,366||240,431||222,648|
|Board seat participation hours by fiscal year||14,756||21,540||28,542|
|Fee-waived and loaned staff pro bono hours by fiscal year||7,859||15,450||7,279|
|Total service hours by fiscal year||275,981||277,421||258,469|
|Cumulative service hours reached since FY13||425,395||702,815||961,284|
Earn Your Future youth education financial contributions
|Financial contributions by fiscal year||23.1||30.2||27.9|
|Cumulative financial contributions FY14–FY16||39.4||69.6||97.5|
Earn Your Future students and educators reached
|Students and educators reached by fiscal year||651,000||290,000||2,409,000|
|Cumulative students and educators reached since FY13||1,169,000||1,459,000||3,868,000|
- The data shown here represent the totals as of June 30, 2016, when our fiscal year ended. By October 2016, we exceeded 1 million service hours, achieving all three of our EYF goals early.