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1Life Insurance offers free tuition for school children through Boston City Campus Connect and Ivy Digital

Published

2020

Tue

28

Apr

1Life Insurance has reaffirmed the company’s long-standing commitment to educating South Africans by launching a new partnership with Boston City Campus Connect and Ivy Digital, that will provide children of 1Life newsletter subscribers with free tuition from Grades 8 – 12.

 

“In 2013 we launched our Truth About Money initiative, part of which provides all qualifying South Africans access to a free financial literacy course valued at R2500 through Boston City Campus, and today we are really proud to extend our commitment to education through this elevated partnership,” says Anton Keet, Head of Risk Services at 1Life.

 

All 1Life newsletter subscribers will have free access to Grade 8 – 12 tuition through Boston City Campus as of 15 April 2020 until the lockdown has been lifted and schools reopen. This tuition is available online, and on a mobile app, giving South African consumers the ability to learn on the go, wherever they are. This offering will be accessible for as long as a consumer is a 1Life newsletter subscriber.

 

“Our ethos is centred around changing lives and as we face not only a major health crisis, but a potential economic one too, this is just another way we are trying to change the lives of consumers and give them that extra helping hand where they may well need it most. Education is a critical priority and because of the current landscape, many children may be missing out on this basic human right.”

 

1Life newsletter subscribers will be validated and provided with a token which can be used to access the relevant course material on the Boston Connect website and app.

 
Source: Portia - Orange Ink
 
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