MMI teams with DeVry

April is Financial Literacy Month and in celebration and support of that initiative, Money Management International (MMI) is pleased to be teaming up with DeVry University to bring our financial knowledge and experience to DeVry campuses across the country.

DeVry’s annual Financial Awareness Fair offers attendees the opportunity to check their financial pulse. MMI’s financial experts will be on hand at 8 DeVry locations across the country April 2nd and 3rd to answer questions and offer insight on a number of financial topics, including credit and budgeting, while also providing students with helpful tips and resources.

In addition, attendees will have the opportunity to sign up for educational workshops to learn about student loan borrowing habits, how to review financial, academic and career plans, how to navigate the scholarship application process, and more.

We’re excited to be bringing such important information directly to a population in need of financial education and hope to expand our relationship with DeVry and its students in the future.

Jesse Campbell is the Content Manager at MMI, focused on creating and delivering valuable educational materials that help families through everyday and extraordinary financial challenges.

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