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SAN ANTONIO – Firstmark Credit Union has launched its first Educator’s Scholarship program. Designed with full-time Kindergarten through 12th grade teachers in mind, Firstmark CU will award 10 scholarships of $500 each. The scholarship is open to both public and private school educators. “We know that teachers always need more supplies, teaching tools and added extras in the classrooms to allow students to explore the curriculum on a broader scale,” said Firstmark CU President/CEO Leon Ewing. “With the new program we wanted to show our support for all those efforts while encouraging creativity in the classroom.”

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