Bo Watson To Honor Graduates Of Financial Education Program

Monday, May 12, 2014

On Wednesday from 12:15  – 1:15 p.m. at Tyner Academy Auditorium , 6836 Tyner Rd, Senator Bo Watson and Tyner Academy will honor graduates of the SouthEast Bank Financial Scholars Program, a new web-based financial education program available to all Hamilton County schools at no cost, underwritten by SouthEast Bank.

"This program helps Tennessee students prepare for the financial decisions of their futures, and inspire them for success. We hope to bring this celebration into the community with the support of local media, in an effort to raise awareness about Chattanooga’s commitment to empowering the next generation of leaders with financial education," officials said.

Also speaking at the event will be David Cowan, the CTE director of Hamilton County School District, and Monty Montgomery, the president and COO of SouthEast Bank.


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