Every year, Freedman Financial awards a scholarship to a graduating high school student who plans to attend a post-secondary educational institution. To date, we have awarded a total of $23,000 to deserving students since our scholarship introduction back in 2000.
Along with their academic record and a list of community service work, extracurricular activities, and work experience, applicants must write a 500-word essay in answer to the question “What does personal financial responsibility mean to you?”. The winner is selected by a committee from our Client Advisory Council.
In 1995, we created our advisory council made up of clients. They help us with input, feedback, and ideas so that we can develop marketing programs that truly speak to our clients. These programs include:
What does financial responsibility mean to me? By Samuel Woo Financial responsibility is more important than ever in today’s society. In a growing culture of apathy and ignorance, I believe that it is vital for people— especially in the younger generation— to take charge of their financial situations and lay...
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