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Newark Students Learn Basics of Budgeting

New learning center Tuesday opens

Capital One Bank and Junior Achievement of New Jersey Feb. 5 opened the Capital One/Junior Achievement Finance Park mobile learning center, where students will have the chance to role-play as adults for a day to make budgeting and other financial decisions. Seen here during the ceremony are, from left, Ed Montesdeoca, Senior Vice President and Region Executive for Capital One Bank; Mayor of Newark Cory Booker; Kenneth Kobylowski, Commissioner, New Jersey Department of Banking & Insurance; Catherine Milone, President of Junior Achievement of New Jersey; and Alaina Arce, Special Events of the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance; along with students from Christ the King Preparatory School. 

Dawn Schwartz February 08, 2013 at 10:40 AM
JA Finance Park helps our students to meet NJ's 9.2 standard and graduation requirements, for free! Visit www.janj.org to sign up your school!

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