The Euro Challenge is an exciting educational opportunity for US high school students (9th and 10th grades) to learn about the European Union (EU) and the euro. Student teams are asked to make presentations answering specific questions about the European economy and the European single currency, the euro.
The Euro Challenge is a program launched and supported by the Delegation of the European Commission to the United States in Washington, D.C., with the technical support of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Prizes are generously provided by the Moody's Foundation. Other partner organizations include the Federal Reserve Banks of Boston and Chicago, Credit Suisse and selected EU Centers of Excellence at universities across the US.
To find out more, please visit euro-challenge.org
From right to left: Yoni Nachmany as French President Sarkozy Tian Weinberg as German Chancellor Merkel Alex Geisler as ECB President Draghi Leo Elliot as Greek Prime Minister Papademos Duncan Kimmel as Greek Finance Minister Sachinidis