At colleges and universities across the country, a pragmatic alliance between professors and advisors is taking shape.

To ensure that their students are receiving the real-life skills they need to succeed, the faculty and administrators in charge of these schools’ financial planning curriculums are working closely with local advisors to repurpose their programs. The mutual objective is to prepare the schools’ graduates to walk out of their classrooms and into jobs at nearby wealth management firms.

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