Euro Challenge is a program of the Delegation of the European Union to the United States in partnership with the Moody’s Foundation, Working in Support of Education (w!se) and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Euro Challenge is one of the Delegation's most important outreach programs for youth in the United States. Since its launch in 2006, Euro Challenge has reached more than 600 teachers and 5,000 students across the country. The Delegation is pleased to support this innovative academic competition to encourage American students to learn more about the European Union and its single currency, the Euro (€).
Euro Challenge is funded by the European Union under objective four of the Partnership Instrument (PI) enhancing widespread understanding and visibility of the Union and of its role on the world scene by means of public diplomacy, people-to-people contacts, cooperation in educational and academic matters, think tank cooperation and outreach activities to promote the Union's values and interests.
The Program is also supported by BNP Paribas, the University of Washington, the University of Pittsburgh, the University of Illinois, the University of Texas at Austin, Florida International University, Rutgers University, the World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh, the World Affairs Council of Charlotte, the World Affairs Council of Seattle, the Council of Economic Education of Rhode Island, the Maryland Council of Economic Education, the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta (Miami Branch), the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago (Detroit Branch).