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Teachers Advise West Hartford Students of Next Gen Personal Finance Scholarship

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The Business and Finance teachers at West Hartford’s Hall and Conard high schools have shared information about a scholarship opportunity that will be available on April 30.

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The Business & Finance Teachers at Hall and Conard high Schools SO excited to share this incredible scholarship opportunity and community event with you!

On April 30, 2020 at 8 p.m. ET, Next Gen Personal Finance is hosting a LIVE event on YouTube where they’ll be showing a documentary that promotes high school financial education called “The Most Important Class You Never Had.”

Throughout the evening they’ll be awarding multiple student scholarships LIVE until they reach $10,000 total awarded! This is a great opportunity for you to win a scholarship because every one of you is eligible. Here are the rules: 

  1. You must be a high school student in the U.S. to win
  2. You must watch the LIVE event on April 30, 2020 by subscribing HERE (free)
  3. You must post to social media while watching and use the correct hashtags or you can choose to email NGPF instead (details for posting and emailing will be shared LIVE during the event)

Get your movie popcorn and phones/tablets ready.  The link to the trailer is below.

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