Oakland Raiders Speak with Students About Financia...

Oakland Raiders Speak with Students About Financial Literacy


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Students at Fremont High School learned the importance of money management from two men with ties to both the Bay Area and the Oakland Raiders.


Oakland Raiders player T.J. Carrie and former player Sam Williams spoke to students on Friday, May 15 in conjunction with the “Banking on Our Future” program as part of U.S. Bank/Operation Hope’s Financial Literacy event.

Carrie is a second year pro who prepped at De La Salle High School in Concord. Williams played eight years for the Raiders and played at Clayton Valley High School.


The event was one way that the Raiders organization remains involved in the community. Through year-round community activities, the Raiders participate in events around health and fitness, education, and charitable giving, as well as outreach programs, initiatives and partnerships.


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