High school students practice real-life decision-making on careers, finances

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS participate in a financial literacy fair to better understand the importance of living on a budget. Westerly Community Credit Union will sponsor the CU4Reality Financial Literacy Fair for Narragansett High School students on May 17. / COURTESY WESTERLY COMMUNITY CREDIT UNION
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS participate in a financial literacy fair to better understand the importance of living on a budget. Westerly Community Credit Union will sponsor the CU4Reality Financial Literacy Fair for Narragansett High School students on May 17. / COURTESY WESTERLY COMMUNITY CREDIT UNION
NARRAGANSETT – Narragansett High School students will practice making choices among careers and understanding the financial consequences of their choices during the CU4Reality Financial Literacy Fair on May 17, sponsored by Westerly Community Credit Union. Students will see how career selection affects their financial well-being and other life choices when they create a spending plan…

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