Pinnacle, Inc. has joined forces with CFSB to offer monetary literacy for native center and excessive colleges.
CFSB began an initiative to offer Foundations in Private Finance curricula in 2018 with 13 colleges, however this system has grown over time.
The present native colleges embrace: Calloway County Excessive College, Christian Fellowship College, Neighborhood Christian Academy, Heath Center College, Marshall County Excessive College, Mayfield Excessive College, McCracken County Excessive College, Murray Excessive College, Calloway County Center College, Christian Fellowship College, Heath Center College, Mayfield Center College, North Marshall Center College, Paducah Center College and South Marshall Center College.
CFSB President Jason Jones commented on the chance, saying “Offering monetary literacy for our youth goes past the classroom. It empowers our college students to impression their future and the generations after them. An training about monetary well being will begin a cycle of total wellness as these youth turn into leaders in our communities.”
Dennis Smith, president of Pinnacle, Inc., added, “Pinnacle is proud to be part of this endeavor as we love serving the group in ways in which present tangible advantages to our youth and total, to households.”
With the Monetary Teaching Program at CFSB, there are limitless alternatives for companies or people to make the most of the information of the licensed coaches to impression their lives or the monetary construction of their enterprise. Adam Melton, CFSB Monetary Coach, added, “CFSB strongly believes in investing in the neighborhood, and we all know that the youthful generations are our best property. That’s why we’re thrilled to sponsor private finance curriculum in our native college techniques. We additionally stay up for extra partnerships in the neighborhood with companies and organizations the place we will take what we’ve realized and adapt it to your monetary wants.”
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