Junior Economic Club of Chicago

Financial Education

Grade Levels: 9-12

The Junior Economic Club of Chicago brings together bright and ambitious high school students in an exceptional community of discussion, exposure, and leadership. We invest in Chicago's future by allowing students to understand and solve real-world economic problems in the public and private sectors. In doing so, we nurture a more effective, experienced, and responsible generation of leaders. We work with students from 33 high schools, including 17 CPS schools, across the Chicago area.

  • Professional Development
  • Experiential Learning (out of school/class time)
Financial Education Core Areas
  • Economic Concepts
  • Banking
  • Investing
16 Engaged Schools
School Address Grade levels
Albert G Lane Technical High School 2501 W ADDISON ST 7-12
Chicago High School for the Arts (ChiArts) 2714 W AUGUSTA BLVD 9-12
Chicago Math and Science Academy Charter School 7212 N CLARK ST 6-12
DeVry University Advantage Academy HS 3300 N CAMPBELL AVE 11-12
Friedrich W von Steuben Metropolitan Science HS 5039 N KIMBALL AVE 9-12
Marie Sklodowska Curie Metropolitan High School 4959 S ARCHER AVE 9-12
Nicholas Senn High School 5900 N GLENWOOD AVE 9-12
Northside College Preparatory High School 5501 N KEDZIE AVE 9-12
Ogden International High School 1250 W ERIE ST 9-12
Orr Academy High School 730 N PULASKI RD 9-12
Thomas Kelly College Preparatory 4136 S CALIFORNIA AVE 9-12
University of Chicago - Woodlawn 6420 S UNIVERSITY AVE 6-12
Walter Payton College Preparatory High School 1034 N WELLS ST 9-12
Whitney M Young Magnet High School 211 S LAFLIN ST 7-12
William Howard Taft High School 6530 W BRYN MAWR AVE 7-12
William Jones College Preparatory High School 700 S STATE ST 9-12
Junior Economic Club of Chicago



Kaleb Bandele
Director of Community Initiatives

Junior Economic Club of Chicago
JEC Board