Del-One Leads Discussion on Financial Success

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Pictured, L-R: Jill Howard, Howard T. Ennis School’s Special Education and STEP Program Teacher and Veronica Nhan-Nock, Branch Manager of Del-One’s Georgetown Branch.

Del-One Leads Discussion on Financial Success
Del-One’s Georgetown Branch Manager, Veronica Nhan-Nock, recently led a classroom discussion at the Howard T. Ennis School in Georgetown. The class consisted of approximately 20 students with special needs ages 18 to 21. The discussion focused on ways to help achieve financial success. Jill Howard, Special Education and STEP Program Teacher for the Howard T. Ennis School stated, “My class, staff and myself really enjoyed your presentation! You did a great job!” She also hopes to have Ms. Nhan-Nock back to meet with another group of students and looks forward to working with her again.
For more information on Del-One and how we can speak to your class or employees on various financial topics including financial literacy and education, please call 302-739-4496, visit www.del-one.org, or send an email to freebenefit@del-one.org.

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