MarketWise Partners with Junior Achievement to Promote Financial Literacy in Schools
“Over our twenty-year history, we have written volumes about how to think about earning, saving and growing your wealth in our free and paid subscription products and our educational materials about investing,” said
As part of MarketWise’s continued commitment to financial literacy, the company will donate both money and time to help
“Financial preparedness starts with education and 3DE’s unique approach will help students build a foundation for their financial future early on,” said
The formal partnership kicks off this month. To learn more about MarketWise and 3DE by
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