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Summer 2019 Newsletter

Arizona Financial Face-Off 2019

Arizona Financial Face-Off was a success!

Students showcased their acquired knowledge by competing in fun and physical trivia and as well as a case competition,

received many awesome raffle prizes, and went home with at least $200 for their team. 

We are so grateful to all the judges for sharing their time with us!

We deeply appreciate the continuous support from our major sponsors:

University of Arizona Norton School of Family and Consumer Sciences

Take Charge America Institute

Hughes Federal Credit Union

Tucson Association of Realtors

Thank you for the many donations from: 

Whataburger

Bahama Bucks

Beyond Bread

Sweet Tomatoes

QuikTrip 

Gaslight Theatre 

Costco 

Hush Salon

Gadabout Salon

Safeway 

Mimi's Cafe     

Skate Country

Century Theatres  

Rialto Theatre

Creative Juice

Old Tucson Studios 

UA Bookstores

Vantage Bowling

Rocks and Ropes

Tucson Wildlife Center

Outback Steakhouse

Roadhouse Cinemas

Texas Roadhouse

Reid Park Zoo

Loft Cinema

El Guero Canelo

Bookman's 

Fry's 

Jimmy John's

Golf N' Stuff 

Red Lobster

Biosphere 2

                   

Cinemark Park Place

              The Screamery                  

Sauce Pizza and Wine

BJ's Brewhouse

International Wildlife Museum

AZ Air Time Jump Centers 

Tucson Children's Museum     

Tucson Botanical Gardens

The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures   

UA Office of Admissions

Congratulations!

1st Place: Upward Bound Pima

2nd Place: QUEST

3rd Place: Upward Bound Pueblo

4th Place: Upward Bound TRIO

Find more AFF photos on our Facebook page!

Meet our graduating Senior Shreya!

Shreya was with the team since her sophomore year at the UA and has now landed a job in Seattle with Microsoft. 

It's summer! 

Beat the heat with these useful tips

Utilize a sunshade in your car;

Always carry around and use sunscreen;

Use hat or an umbrella when going outside during the day;

Wear loose-fitting clothes;

If possible, avoid physical work outside in the middle of the day. But if you must do physical work (i.e. yard work, etc.), get under a shade and rest from time to time. Try to start your outside work near sunrise and sunset;

TREAT YOURSELF. Get some ice cream, maybe share an Eegee with a friend;

Drink LOTS of water! Hydration is key.

What are the Cats up to this summer?
Let's find out!

Paola scored an internship with the marketing department at Morningstar in Hong Kong where she is learning all about websites.
Kei Ann is working at Saguaro National Park as a Next Generation Ranger Corps Intern. She manages website content and collects data from the field. 

Cole's internship is located in Washington D.C. where he works for an organization that promotes democracy abroad. 

CATS IN THE NEWS

We were featured on the news twice in April, for financial literacy month.

Check us out on KGUN 9:
https://www.kgun9.com/news/local-news/financial-literacy-month-reaching-the-younger-generation 

See Torey's interview with KVOA:
https://kvoa.com/news/local-news/2019/04/08/financial-literacy-month-encourages-americans-to-maintain-healthy-financial-habits/