Redpath Sponsors Cristo Rey Jesuit High School
St. Paul, Minnesota (September 24th, 2018) – Certified public accounting firm Redpath and Company, Ltd. (Redpath) is proud to be a sponsor of the Cristo Rey Jesuit High School Twin Cities (Cristo Rey) Corporate Work Study Program.
Cristo Rey is part of the nationwide Cristo Rey Network of 32 high schools that provide college preparatory education to young people who live in urban communities with limited educational options.
As a sponsor of Cristo Rey and their Corporate Work Study Program, Redpath is providing a student with professional job experience in order to develop real-world corporate and life skills. While the sponsorship covers part of the student’s tuition costs, Cristo Rey students fund part of the cost of their education by working five full days a month in local businesses and organizations, like Redpath, through this unique and innovative program.
“We’re excited to have the chance to work with an organization like Cristo Rey. It’s a great opportunity to support their mission by providing their students with the chance to gain hands-on experience in a corporate environment so they can prepare for life beyond high school,” says Sarah Gengenbach, Director of Human Resources at Redpath.
For more information about Cristo Rey and their Corporate Work Study Program, visit www.cristoreytc.org.
Redpath and Company is 100% employee-owned (ESOP) and a leading certified public accounting firm providing proactive, innovative, and value-driven services for closely-held businesses, government entities, and not-for-profit organizations. The firm started operations in 1971, and with offices located in downtown St. Paul and White Bear Lake, Minnesota, the firm ranks as one of the top CPA firms in the Twin Cities with over 150 employees. Redpath and Company is a member of HLB International, a global network of independent advisory and accounting firms. For more information, visit www.redpathcpas.com.
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