ENGAGE scholarship for high schoolers closes January 31

High school students have an opportunity to apply for a scholarship to attend the ENGAGE International Investment Education Symposium with registration fees waived. This scholarship offer also includes a free registration for the student's parent or guardian, a combined value of more than $500. Application deadline is January 31, 2015.  


Hosted by Wayne State University in association with the United Nations Global Compact, ENGAGE will attract hundreds of college students, faculty, and professionals from across the U.S. and Canada. More than 300 participants from multiple states have already registered for this event. CNBC is the National Broadcaster and will report live from ENGAGE live both days of the conference.


ENGAGE will welcome internationally renowned financial leaders sharing their outlook on the economy, stocks, venture capital, alternative investments and international markets. Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank President and 2015 FOMC voting member, Dennis Lockhart, will deliver the keynote address and provide his insights on the economy and monetary policy.


There has never been a conference like this held in Michigan by academics or professionals. In 2015, ENGAGE will be the largest investment conference ever in Michigan, and the largest student investment conference in the world. High school students who receive a scholarship to attend will have the opportunity to learn about investments, personal finance, and a career in this growing industry.


Please contact me to discuss ENGAGE further and how you can help make more high school students aware of this unique (free) opportunity. Students need to apply soon to meet the scholarship application deadline of January 31st.

To apply, go to http://engage.wayne.edu/