The 2015 Financial Literacy Summer Residential Program is fast approaching!
This year's program is held on August 2 to August 8 for young ladies entering the 8th and 9th grade.
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The UC Irvine, Center for Investment and Wealth Management's Financial Literacy Summer Residential Program is a one-week, on-campus program dedicated to helping underserved 8th and 9th grade students by teaching life skills in money and investment management in a highly supportive environment. Our mission is to instill a continued desire to strengthen understanding of financial matters, encourage admission into a four-year college or university, and to inspire confidence and success in all areas of life.
Our summer residential scholars are smart, ambitious, determined and eager to learn. They need only a few key tools to achieve their educational and life goals - financial literacy and guidance on how to develop a plan for their future. The LIFEvest program gives these deserving students a solid foundation on which to build their dreams.
Kara L. Duckworth, CFP®
Chief Compliance Officer/Principal
It costs $2,100 to send a student to the Financial Literacy Summer Residential Program; however, the program tuition comes at no cost to the student and is completely funded by the Center and its sponsors.
How To Get Involved in 2015
Volunteers and Sponsors, there are many ways to get involved!