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TIAA celebrates its 100th year by helping UCity schools

Vance High students at museum

Vance High students at National Museum of African-American History and culture

UCity corporate citizen TIAA turned 100 this year, and the financial company’s University Research Park center – already a strong supporter of CMS students – chose to celebrate by giving even more than usual to our schools.

Among the projects: sponsoring Vance High student trips to Washington and Charlotte’s Museum of the New South; and helping renovate a new media room and equip creative space in the new Governors’ Village STEM Academy.

TIAA is a founding corporate member of University City Connect, providing thousands of volunteer hours and strong financial support each year to numerous activities to Governors’ Village schools – Vance High, James Martin Middle and newly created Governors’ Village STEM Academy – as well as Martin Luther King Middle, Dorothy J. Vaughan Academy of Technology, University Meadows Elementary and Newell Elementary. (more…)

TIAA is honored for helping our students gain financial knowledge

Jarian Kerekes of TIAA shows the award received from NASDAQ EverFi on April 6 in New York.

Jarian Kerekes of TIAA shows the award received from NASDAQ and EverFi on April 6 in New York.

Article by Meredith Avant

TIAA was honored last week at the second annual Innovation in Financial Education Awards presented by NASDAQ and EverFi.  The award recognizes TIAA’s significant efforts to improve the financial capability of Americans through unique digital learning initiatives.

Thirty-five institutions were honored with this distinction at a ceremony on April 6 at NASDAQ MarketSite in New York City. Honorees were selected based on a set of criteria that included the scale and reach of their financial education initiatives, the duration of their commitment, and unique employee volunteering activities that supplement their programs.

“Helping students and adults develop a foundation of financial understanding and capability is absolutely critical,” said EverFi Founder and CEO Tom Davidson. (more…)

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