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Latest News & Upcoming Events

Oct
11

Pathways at Marysville High School!

The Pathways Marketing and Business Development Teams joined forces at Marysville Highschool today to help teach financial fundamentals through our ongoing “Game of Life” program partnership with their Accounting, Business, and Marketing Classes. The Game of Life takes students through the process of balancing a budget, accounting for everyday life expenditures, and giving context to…

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Oct
1

Fun Fall Activities to Try This Year

  Apple Picking – Lynd Fruit Farm in Pataskala has plenty of acreage and a great variety of fruits and gourds to pick. You can use what you pick to make apple pie, peach cobbler, or use the gourds as a fun fall decoration around the house. Pumpkin Carving Contest with Friends – Need plans…

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Sep
12

How to Save Money While You’re a Student

  Money might be tight when you’re in college, but it’s not impossible to find ways to save. Here are some simple ideas. Budget It’s smart to create a spending plan so you know where and how you’re spending your money. If you don’t know where your money is going, it’s impossible to know what…

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Aug
8

6 Tips for Managing Back-to-School Stress

  As the whole family makes the transition into back-to-school mode, there are a variety of stressors that plague both kids and parents alike—from difficult homework to a stricter bedtime. Denise Pope, a senior lecturer at the Stanford University Graduate School of Education and co-author of Overloaded and Underprepared: Strategies for Stronger Schools and Healthy,…

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