A bigger and better summer camp

Mort Fleischer’s rise from a janitor to his success as an experienced financier, entrepreneur, and real estate investor prompted him to make the same opportunities available for economically disadvantaged high school juniors.

The Fleischer Scholars program, the weeklong residential experience he launched with wife Donna (BS Environmental Resources in Agriculture ’75) in 2009, introduces students entering 12th grade to college and the world of business.

Now a decade later the couple have donated a new $1 million gift to make the summer camp bigger and better. Of the more than 700 high school juniors who have gone through the program since its start in 2010, 70% are in college and 80% are first-generation college attendees.

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