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CNM Honors Wells Fargo’s Investment in Student Success

Oct. 31, 2013 -- Wells Fargo Bank recently donated $100,000 to support CNM’s “Making Money Work,” a program that provides high school students across the state with the opportunity to take a CNM dual credit class on financial literacy. CNM and Wells Fargo celebrated the donation with a reception on Oct. 30 in the Student Resource Center.
CNM Honors Wells Fargo’s Investment in Student Success

CNM Vice President of Finance and Operations Kathy Ulibarri and Regional Manager for Wells Fargo Bank Bruce Beebe

caption:Kathy Ulibarri speaks at Oct. 30 reception.As a result of the donation, CNM named Wells Fargo an official sponsor of the Student Resource Center’s Tutoring and Computer Center, a very important facility for CNM students and the community.

“The investment by Wells Fargo will help CNM continue to better prepare high school students for the financial decisions that will soon shape the quality of their lives,” said Kathy Ulibarri, CNM Vice President of Finance and Operations. “The quality of our community’s future will be directly tied to the success of our younger generations. That’s why CNM is so grateful to Wells Fargo for supporting ‘Making Money Work,’ a very important program for our community and state.”

Bruce Beebe, Regional Manager for Wells Fargo Bank, noted that he was pleased the bank was able to help CNM in this way. “We are very proud of what we’ve been to do for CNM.”

The Wells Fargo donation is part of CNM’s Building Community Campaign that allows for unique, permanent naming recognition at any of the seven CNM campus locations.

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