A summer camp taking place in Memphis is trying to break barriers and help close the wealth gap in Shelby County.It’s a three-week boot camp where students learn about the stock market and learn skills to become successful in their future finances.
This week was 15-year-old Imsety Ayetoro’s first time stepping foot on a college campus.
“It feels so amazing," said Ayetoro. "It feels like you know, I’m growing up.”
The teen from Whitehaven is in the Young Wallstreet Traders camp being held at the University of Memphis.
Read more at WREG.com.