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Moneythink recruits, trains, and places college students to serve as financial mentors in urban high schools and community centers. Since its inception at the University of Chicago in 2009, Moneythink has exploded into a national movement, with 28 universities nationwide encompassing nearly 500 mentors teaching over 2,000 high school students. Moneythink has received numerous accolades for its work and is funded by some of the most influential institutions in the world. As Moneythink continues its expansion nationwide, the organization is enlisting passionate and committed individuals to join its emerging Young Professionals Board to aid in the advancement of its mission to make financial capability a social norm through financial and career peer mentoring.