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Elementary and middle school students can learn financial literacy during CU Money Smart summer camp

Elementary and middle school students entering grades 2 through 7 will learn tips and concepts that can have a positive impact on their lives during CU Money Smart, a three-day camp focusing on financial literacy. The camp will provide engaging activities that will introduce campers to concepts such as budgeting for the family, saving and investing money and thinking like an entrepreneur. Students will be placed in three groups based on school grade.

The camp is set for Tuesday through Thursday, June 11, 12 and 13, from 8:30 a.m. to Noon in Ross Hall.

There is no charge to attend, although registration is required. To register, go to https://www.cameron.edu/public-affairs/summer-camps and scroll down to “CU Money Smart Camp.”

A variety of games and exercises will be used to explain the concepts. Lunch, snacks, prizes and t-shirts will be provided.

Hosted by the Bill Burgess, Jr. Business Research Center and the CU Department of Business, CU Money Smart is made possible by the Dr. Gilbert “Gib” Gibson Lectureship in Community Banking.

For more information, please email Dr. Krystal Brue at kbrue@cameron.edu.



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