MARQUETTE, Mich.--Wells Fargo presented a $9,200 grant to the Northern Michigan University Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship. The funding supports NMU-CEEE programs during the current academic year, including Environment and the Economy, Tiny Warrior and Money Smart Week. Pictured at a ceremonial check presentation are (left) Hugo Eyzaguirre, director of the center, and Jeff Slagstad, Wells Fargo Marquette district manager.
The NMU-CEE provides leadership that helps to advance economic literacy across the region and state. It offers in-service and pre-service training for K-12 teachers, develops and distributes curriculum materials, generates interest in learning economics through student competitions, offers guidance to school systems seeking advice on curriculum development and recognizes teachers and school systems seeking advice on curriculum development.