Money Camp teaches children finance skills
Last updated 8/2/2007 at Noon
SAN MARCOS — Earlier this month 30 local students from grades five through eight spent a week at Palomar College participating in a variety of activities focused on learning how to become financially free adults. Money Camp, offered by the college’s Community Development department, proved so popular that an additional week will be offered August 6-10 at Palomar’s Escondido Center from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.
“The Money Camp curriculum is very interactive, engaging the students in the learning process,” said Teri Safranek, director of Workforce & Community Development at Palom...