CSG is committed to helping MET achieve their mission of creating a stable and sustainable future for foster youth.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 18, 2015
CSG Government Solutions, a national leader in government program modernization, recently hosted Cocktails for a Cause, an open house event held in Lansing, Michigan, to raise funds benefiting the Michigan Education Trust (MET) Fostering Futures Scholarship.
The Fostering Futures Scholarship is a MET Charitable Tuition Program providing foster youth with funds for tuition, room and board, books, and other supplies and fees required for college enrollment.
“CSG is proud of our partnership with the Michigan Education Trust,” says Tim Lenning, CSG’s Managing Director. “We are committed to helping MET achieve their mission of creating a stable and sustainable future for foster youth.”
CSG Government Solutions continues to increase its presence across the United States. The company deploys highly experienced teams and innovative methods, knowledge, and tools to help governments modernize complex program enterprises. CSG clients include 40 state governments, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the U.S. Department of Labor, and large municipal governments.
Executive Vice President, Managing Director
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ABOUT CSG GOVERNMENT SOLUTIONS:
CSG Government Solutions is a leading government operations consulting firm focused on helping states modernize critical program enterprises. Our highly experienced teams and industry-leading Centers of Excellence help governments leverage innovative technology and processes to meet the challenges of administering complex programs. Founded in 1997, CSG has established itself as a trusted adviser to government agencies across the U.S.
ABOUT MET CHARITABLE TUITION PROGRAM:
The MET Charitable Tuition Program is a way for an organization or individual to help eligible foster care students attend college. Contributions of any dollar amount can be made and will go toward providing scholarships to foster care students at Michigan colleges who meet academic and/or need-based criteria established by the colleges. Charitable contribution forms postmarked by December 31 are eligible for a federal and state tax deduction in the year they are made.