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Working to Help High School Students Understand the Financial Implications of Dropping Out of School

Area Rotarians are taking their “Stay in School” curriculum to schools to drive home the message that education pays.

A team of volunteer presenters have been going out to area schools to talk to all freshmen students. Through interactive presentations, Rotarians facilitate discussions on earning potential based on level of education. The presentation includes a real-world example of budgeting based on monthly income. 

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Leadership

Jeffrey Weinrach

Chair Person

Kirtland Federal Credit Union

jweinrach@kirtlandfcu.org

Dominic (Dom) Bernardi

Chair Person

Rotary Club of Albuquerque

dbernardi@q.com

Staff

Elizabeth Exil

Project Associate

505-247-3671

elizabeth.exil@missiongradutenm.org

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Partners

Adriana Badal
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Allan Bash
Dick Brackett
Rotary Club of Albuquerque
Andy Braman
Skip Cowan
Rotary Club of Albuquerque
Pierce Ferriegel
Margaret Graham
Twila Larkin
Shane Lemon
Mary Mahoney
Gail Mandel
Margie Marino
Markm Meiering
Self
Mike Reding
Reg Rider
Adam Tafoya
Jim Tilghman
Dan Webb
Randy Woodcock
United Way of Central New Mexico