My name is Brian LeTourneau and I've been with Operation HOPE for 1 year now, serving in the capacity of IT fellow. I'm currently a graduate student enrolled in the Masters of Information Systems program at Cal State Los Angeles University.
As a fellow, I experience the overwhelming support that comes with those at HOPE believing in your potential, first hand. What is even more fulfilling, is knowing the power that can come from opportunities Operation HOPE provides, and paying it forward on virtual social media platforms.
Banking on Our Future Baltimore collaborated with Capital One to facilitate a Financial Literacy Empowerment Day at Eastport Elementary School in Annapolis, Maryland on Thursday, June 6, 2013.
HOPE Business in a Box Denver wrapped up its pilot program at Montbello High School, where two students won the business pitch event and will be receiving grants to jump-start their businesses onto the road of success.
Computers play a vital role in today’s society. The computer is used in various aspects in education, personal life and at work. HOPE intern Nika recently held our Computer Basics workshop in the Atlanta Cyber Café.
Bank of America continues to lend their experience, expertise and passion to ensuring that youth are well versed in topics concerning financial literacy.
The entire 8th grade class at Benjamin Stoddert Middle School in Temple Hills, MD participated in a Financial Literacy Day hosted by Banking on Our Future (BOOF) –Washington DC.
HOPE employees look back at their favorite memories over the past 21 years.
HOPE Corps volunteer partners closed out April's Financial Capability Month with a bang, by educating 315 9th-12th grade students at Lankenau High School in Philadelphia on April 25th, during a financial literacy of service event. The Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Society and Vanguard spearheaded the initiative, in partnership with volunteers from PNC, Beneficial, Sovereign, Nationwide, Lincoln Financial, and Citibank. High School students had the opportunity to learn about how to develop a sound budget, understand the difference between checking and savings accounts, understand credit, and obtain a clearer understanding of basic investing.