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WASHINGTON – Fannie Mae’s 2006 American Dream Team Program internship is underway, and just as they did when the program was inaugurated in 2005, credit unions have stepped up not only to serve as mentors for the selected interns, but also to help administer the 2006 program.

The 10-week summer program is a collaboration between Fannie Mae with selected lender partners, national nonprofit organizations and community-based trusted advisors that are committed to providing meaningful training opportunities for minority college students who are interested in building a career in the mortgage industry.

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