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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Alumnus provides unique opportunity to benefit URI finance students

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Tracey Manni

There are thousands of good paying jobs for students who earn a finance degree, according to URI alumnus Leonard “Len” Reinhart ’77 who retired in 2009 after a spectacular career in the financial services industry.

This spring, Reinhart helped four URI College of Business Administration students discover some of those career opportunities firsthand by arranging their attendance at the annual Money Management Institute Convention in New York City and providing them with a booth -- the only one, among those representing some of the biggest financial giants of our time -- staffed by college students! He initiated the idea last year, bringing four other finance students to the convention and he plans to bring four more...

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