Mayor Walsh’s administration is committed to helping Boston’s children achieve their dreams beyond high school. Specifically, the City of Boston is working to increase access to post-secondary education as a pathway to financial empowerment. OWD will launch a Children’s Savings Account for College (CSA) program that will ultimately open a college savings account for every Kindergarten (K2) student. We’re starting with a three-year pilot program (to be launched in Fall 2016) and are looking for a technology solution to support our work.
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