Penn students give out $100K in class
PHILADELPHIA – University of Pennsylvania student Sharree Walls didn’t realize when she signed up for a course on philanthropy that she’d actually become a philanthropist at the end of the semester.
Then her professors announced that the class would be doling out $100,000 to local nonprofits. Walls said she was thrilled, excited – and “definitely a little nervous.”
“Obviously, it’s a huge responsibility,” said Walls, a 21-year-old urban studies major from Lombard.
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