About 3.6 million students are expected to graduate from high school in 2017–18 (NCES). This number has risen in the past 18 years with a 5.1 million increase.
Parke Bank understands the value education brings to one’s life, which is why this June we are providing graduates with important tools for their futures.
First, on June 6, Daniel Sulpizio SVP and Director of Retail Banking at Parke Bank gave the commencement speech at the Gloucester County Youth Education and Career Center’s GED graduation ceremony held at the Gloucester County Institute of Technology.
Meanwhile, on June 18th Parke Bank will once again present a $500 scholarship to a business student at Washington Township High School.
Parke Bank offers high school students with a number of tools to aid a postsecondary education, such as participating and sponsoring a number of panels and presentations, each year at local high schools within the community. The banks “How to Do Your Banking” program focuses on financial education for young adults and is designed to educate them on topics such as obtaining and using credit.
Our Tuition Rewards program offers consumer depositors the opportunity to earn points for eligible relatives. These points, (similar to frequent flyer miles), can be redeemed as tuition discounts at 388 colleges in 45 states.
For more information about Tuition Rewards please visit https://www.parkebank.com/personal-banking/parkebank-college-tuition-rewards/
At Parke Bank, we value our surrounding communities by using outreach, scholarships, and financial literacy to advocate the continuing education of families of our customers.
For more on Parke Bank’s community impact visit https://www.parkebank.com/in-the-community/