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IBC Bank Brownsville Hosts Mentorship Presentation For Area Students From Brownsville Minitropolis® Programs

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From L-R: Episcopal Day School President Natali Galvan, Kenmont President Valeria Torteya, Episcopal Day School President Grace Cowen and IBC Bank-Brownsville President and CEO Al Villarreal.
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Brownsville, TEXAS – IBC Bank-Brownsville hosted a luncheon at its Main Bank for the Bank Presidents from the four Minitropolis® programs in the Brownsville area on Wednesday, October 30. IBC Bank-Brownsville President & CEO Al Villarreal invited the Hudsonville, Cowboyville, Kenmont and Episcopal Day School Minitropolis® programs to provide an opportunity for the Presidents of each Minitropolis® to network and engage in conversation regarding the importance of their role as Presidents.

In addition, Villarreal introduced a mentorship program that will allow students of Episcopal Day School, R.E. Del Castillo Elementary School, Huber R. Hudson Elementary and Kenmont Montessori School an opportunity to meet with bank officials to receive guidance and knowledge.

“The Minitropolis® program has permitted us to truly impact children at a young age throughout Cameron County,” Villarreal said. “Being able to expand the program and allow these children to come to the bank and seek guidance on financial literacy or other services will bring the program to the next level.”

The goal of the Minitropolis® program is to help school-aged children gain a better understanding of financial literacy concepts while learning the value of leadership and responsibility that will set them up for success as adults. The program functions as a mini-city within a school, where students earn token money that they can save and spend at local businesses within their Minitropolis®.

The event was commemorated by Cowboyville Presidents Bryan Rodriguez and Jehnavi Chirinos, Kenmont President Valeria Torteya and Episcopal Day School Presidents Grace Cowen and Natali Galvan.

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