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  • Over 1,100 New Hampshire high school juniors, parents, and guardians will attend the 19th Annual Destination College Event at Southern New Hampshire University on Saturday, April 7, 2018. This free college planning convention, designed to help high school juniors and their families to become college and career-ready, is hosted by The NHHEAF Network Organizations.

  • ConServe employees recently spent the morning at the Ruben A. Cirillo Gananda High School participating in their College and Career Readiness Day to promote financial wellness. The half-day workshop was created to provide the school’s junior- and senior-year students with some fundamental advice to help them plan for their futures. For the ConServe team, it was the perfect opportunity to help educate their community’s youth with information that will empower them to succeed now and after high school.

  • April is Financial Literacy Month, and Kentucky students can make use of financial literacy resources from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA). KHEAA’s “It’s Money, Baby” booklet helps students learn the basics of banking, credit cards, interest, and protecting themselves from fraud. Free copies are available by emailing publications@kheaa.com.

  • The Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) is warning students and their families to be wary of financial aid scams that could expose them to significant financial loss and identity theft, Fox 43 reports.

  • Financial Literacy Month is in full swing at the Finance Authority of Maine (FAME). Throughout the month of April, FAME’s College Access and Financial Education Team will be offering a variety of statewide initiatives and educational workshops intended to promote the importance of financial education to Maine citizens.

  • Hunton & Williams LLP and Andrews Kurth Kenyon LLP announced that both partnerships approved an agreement to combine, and are now known as Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP.

  • Social Finance Inc. named Michelle Gill as its next Chief Financial Officer, Bloomberg reports.

  •  Continental Service Group, Inc., dba ConServe, a leader in the collections industry, proudly announces that it has hired Jim McCarthy as their Chief Risk Officer. Effective immediately, this role will have McCarthy focusing his expertise on providing the strategic leadership, innovation, governance, and management necessary to identify, evaluate, mitigate, and monitor the company's compliance, operational and strategic risk.

  • On April 12, Strada Education Network announced the creation of the Strada Institute for the Future of Work, a new research and development lab. 

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