for College, Money for Life" was prepared specifically
for the Ventures Scholars Program as a public service by the
Denver-based National Endowment for Financial Education® (NEFE®);
William L. Anthes, Ph.D., President. A special thank
you to Brent A. Neiser, CFP, Director of Collaborative
Programs; Nan Mead, Director of Communications;
David Kaus, Business and Fellows Program Manager;
and Mary J. Schultz, Project Manager of Collaborative Programs,
who provided assistance and advice throughout the production
of this project. Michelle Waldal, NEFE Fellow, served
as the project manager for this project.
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The Ventures Scholars Program is a national membership program
designed to promote access to higher education. The Ventures
Scholars Program identifies high-acheiving, historically underrepresented,
and first-generation college-bound students interested in
pursuing math-and science-based careers and provides academic
recognition, information, and resources needed to successfully
reach their career goals. To learn more about Venture Scholars,
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