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Banker is Opening the College Doors for Immigrant Families
Bob Hildreth, of Massachusetts, is a banker who is fueling an idea that is enabling Latino immigrant families to send their kids to college. 
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Bob Hildreth, founder and executive director of Families United in Educational Leadership (FUEL), speaks to Latino immigrants in Chelsea, Mass. Latino immigrants in some Boston-area cities are being encouraged to set up savings accounts for college with the promise that whatever is saved will be matched by FUEL. (AP Photo/Bizuayehu Tesfaye)

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Delyanna Gilsanchez, 3, second from left, listens as her mother, Laura Gilsanchez of Families United in Educational Leadership (FUEL), speaks to Latino immigrants in Chelsea, Mass. (AP Photo/Bizuayehu Tesfaye)

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Oscar Láinez, left, and his mother, Encarnación Landaverde, center, both of El Salvador, and Eulalia Jimónez, of Colombia, attend an event which was put on by Families United in Educational Leadership (FUEL), in Chelsea, Mass. (AP Photo/Bizuayehu Tesfaye)

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Bob Hildreth, founder and executive director of Families United in Educational Leadership (FUEL), smiles prior to speaking to Latino immigrants in Chelsea, Mass.  (AP Photo/Bizuayehu Tesfaye)

Banker is Opening the College Doors for Immigrant Families

Bob Hildreth, of Massachusetts, is a banker who is fueling an idea that is enabling Latino immigrant families to send their kids to college. 

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