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The Importance of Learning How to Create a Student Budget

Although debt has become the norm for many people, especially college students, it is important to know that it doesn’t have to be that way for you. Budget. This is a word that many do not want to hear, but the reality is the younger you are when you learn how to not only budget but live…

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List of Grants for Education, Community Service, and Student-Led Projects

By Evette Champion Financial support is a hurdle that many of us need to cross in order to reach our objectives. Fortunately, several grants are available for those who display a degree of excellence both inside and outside of  the classroom. From arts education to STEM to playground construction, here is a list of grants that…...

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Five Ways to Raise Strong and Empowered Young Women (Video)

In this video, Dr. Boyce Watkins and Nomalanga Mhlauli-Moses discuss how money management and wealth-building are essential skills needed to foster independence in young women....

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How to Raise Financially Empowered Children (Video)

In this video, Dr. Boyce Watkins continues his discussion about raising children who will understand money, make sound business decisions, and engage in healthy financial decisions. He discusses how you can to train your children to be financially responsible and mature. Like most things, real education starts at home.

App to Help Students Identify the HBCU for Them

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Are For-Profit Schools Worth Your Time?

This story originally found at CNN Money Going to college is not cheap in any sense of the word, unless you receive scholarships, grants, or have the money to actually pay for it without student loans. One can chose to go to a state college, a private college or Ivy league school, a technical school,…

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It’s Never Too Early to Learn About Money

By Victor Ochieng Being able to make money is one thing and being able to manage that money is another. Most people manage their money, yet not everyone is a financial expert. What that has led to is people making money that simply fizzles away. While one doesn’t have to be a financial expert to…

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David Banner Speaks About the Lack of Opportunities for Black Youth

By Giovanni Zaburoni Urban Intellectuals posted a video on Facebook of rapper David Banner speaking to a crowd about the lack of options in urban inner city communities. The media will often portray a negative picture of who black people are and what happens in low-income and minority neighborhoods without mentioning the social constructs and…

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