This past February, President Obama named José Cisneros ’78 to his new President’s Advisory Council on Financial Capability for Young Americans. In large part, this was an acknowledgement of Cisneros’s work with the youngest of Americans in San Francisco, where he serves as city treasurer. Launching the city’s Kindergarten to College Program in 2011, Cisneros is credited with helping secure college funding for thousands of children from low-income families. Continue reading the article in Slice of MIT.
Cisneros helps kindergarteners get to college
November 11, 2014