Douglas urges financial security

first_imgVermont Jump$tart, inconjunction with the National Jump$tart Coalition for Personal FinancialLiteracy, is an all-volunteer coalition of individuals, businesses, andorganizations seeking to promote financial literacy among Vermont youththrough classroom instruction and co-curricular programs to give young people the financial knowledgeand tools they need to become successful adults. Vermont Jump$tart isalso committed to working with youth-oriented organizations. Contact: JasonGibbs (802) 828-3333 GOVERNOR “Learning how to earn, save and manage money is a veryimportant skill for young Vermonters to learn,” the Governor said.  “I am pleased to join with VermontJump$tart to urge young Vermonters to learn more about this important lifeskill.” prefix = o ns = “urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office”/>State of VermontOFFICE OF THE GOVERNORFor ImmediateRelease:Thursday, April 13,2006 To learn more about their resources, programs and initiatives, pleasevisit www.vtjumpstart.org(link is external). JAMES H. DOUGLAS Governor Urges Young Vermonters to Hone FinancialSkills Montpelier, Vt.–Governor Jim Douglas today joinedthe Vermont Jump$tart for Personal Financial Literacy (the Vermont Jump$tartCoalition) to urge young Vermonters to develop strong financial literacyand management skills and declare Financial Literacy for Youth Month.   Governor Douglas said it is important for youngVermonters to learn the value of properly managing financial assets.  ###last_img

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