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DENVER — Students at the city’s public schools will soon have access to a number of volunteers that will teach how to realistically manage finances.

On Nov. 1, Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper and Operation HOPE Founder and CEO John Hope Bryant, launched “Banking on Our Future,” a financial literacy program that will teach Denver youth the basics of checking, savings and the importance of credit and investment, using a network of area HOPE Corps volunteers from financial institutions and private firms. Kids that complete the yearlong program will be able to open a “Starter Savings Account.”

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