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Staff Report, News, Marin Independent Journal

April 25, 2008

...for Students

Marin Family Action began a financial literacy program Wednesday in the Tamalpais Union High School District. The program runs through May 21. The program teaches seniors at Redwood, Tamalpais and Sir Francis Drake high schools about financial responsibility and money management. Westamerica Bank, Wells Fargo, U.S. Bank, Bank of America and Bank of Marin collaborated withMarin Family Action to

$500 Scholarship

Each student who completes the five-week program will receive a $500 scholarship. Eighty-three students at Novato, Madrone and Marin Oaks high schools have completed the program.

Financial Literacy Workshop for Students.

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Marin Family Action (MFA) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to empower families and individuals to actively participate in improving their quality of life.

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Information herein introduces our programs and is for general guidance only. Marin Family Action staff and volunteers do not engage in legal, accounting, or other professional services. We recommend consulting with professional advisers.

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