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Using Student-Run Banks to Promote Financial Education and Community Economic and Workforce Development

By Dory Rand & Kelly E. Slay

Student-run banks are a practical form of financial education. They train students in skills needed to succeed, introduce parents to mainstream banking, and serve as a catalyst for community economic and workforce development. Advocates can help in developing student-run banks and in translating bank benefits to the community and state.

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