Inversant partners with Treasurer’s Office on college savings program, SoarMA.
Treasurer Deb Goldberg announced a new pilot program that will provide seeded college savings accounts to low-income middle schoolers and familes in Haverhill, Lowell, Pittsfield, Springfield, and Worcester. The initiative, funded through public-private partnerships, provides a matched savings program and a financial education curriculum.
Inversant launches Coffee Connectors, a networking opportunity exclusively for Inversant Scholars.
The idea for Coffee Connectors is initiated by Dean Atkins (Inversant Board of Directors) and Greg Lauze, partners at NorthBridge Partners, as an extension of Inversant’s mission to ensure that low income families have the resources and understanding they need to achieve their goals for higher education. Coffee Connectors is a simple idea: have local professionals meet with students over coffee and help them expand their network by introducing them to two more professional contacts. The first Coffee Connectors event takes place in May.
Inversant awarded multi-year grant from Acadian Asset Management.
Boston-based Acadian Asset Management, a leader in active global and international investing, announced a strategic partnership with three local non-profits, including Inversant, making annual high-impact investments over the next three years and providing as needed on-the-ground support.