High schoolers can now earn a $1,000 scholarship for completing a free financial literacy course

Neyagawa April 27, 2017

It always pays to be financially informed, but with the help of Raise.me it’s about to get even more valuable. Raise.me wants to expand high school students’ access to higher education by providing what the organization describes as “microscholarships,” small awards that colleges and universities grant to students if they enroll.

Posted in Quick News on April, 2017