The Actuarial Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization committed to changing lives through math education. Established in 1994, the mission of the Foundation is to enhance math education and financial literacy through the talents and resources of actuaries. The Foundation’s vision is an educated public in pursuit of a secure financial future.

The Modeling the Future Challenge is the cornerstone educational program of the Foundation. Built upon two years of pilot programs, the MTF Challenge is becoming one of the premier academic competitions for high school students. In 2016, the Foundation engaged the Institute of Competition Sciences – a leading academic challenge design firm – to help make this vision a reality and ensure that the MTF Challenge has a lasting impact on students across the nation.

The Actuarial Foundation cannot achieve its vision without the support of its generous sponsors and donors. Please join us in advancing the Modeling the Future Challenge and put your company at the forefront of mathematics education. Email us at challenge@mtfchallenge.org to learn more about how to volunteer, sponsor, or donate to support The Actuarial Foundation and its programs.

In 2016 The Actuarial Foundation began working with the Institute of Competition Sciences (ICS) to design and manage the Modeling the Future Challenge. ICS is a world leader in challenge-based-learning. The firm has led National Science Foundation awarded projects, worked with the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy to roadmap the future of science & technology fields, and developed and operated high-profile prizes with over $8,000,000 in awards with NASA, the Lemelson Foundation, the Methuselah Foundation, the SETI Institute, and many others. The Institute of Competition Sciences has been defining best-practices in Challenge-Based-Learning since 2012 and maintains a world-leading expertise in using competitions to revolutionize how we approach learning. ICS is using academic competitions to turn education into an exciting challenge for all students, and is bringing its expertise to the Modeling the Future Challenge. Find out more about the Institute of Competition Sciences and how to get involved with Challenge-Based-Learning at their site.