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Meet Bridget

2018 Project Teen Money Bridget junior inspired designer lacrosse player

Bridget, a junior at La Follette, would like to be an interior designer or architect and study at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

What’s your favorite subject?


What do you like to do in your spare time?

"I am on the cross country and lacrosse teams, as well as a member of the Student Council and DECA. I work as a crew member at Culver’s."

What is the most exciting thing you’ve ever done? 

 “I placed at the World Championships for Irish dance in London, England.”

When it comes to money, what would you like to learn more about?

 “I would like to learn more about saving and budgeting.”

What has scared you the most?

 “I went free climbing in the Smokey Mountains!” 

What would you do with $1 million?

 “I would invest the money so I could earn more over time, then I would spend it on charitable causes near and dear to me, like Breast Cancer research, and helping families in need.” 

What excites you most about Project Teen Money?

 “I am most excited about being able to share what I learn with my classmates and peers.”

“At the end of this challenge, I hope that I’ve learned better options and tips for saving and spending my money.”