Amid growing worries that there are not enough new advisers to replace those who are retiring, the CFP Board's Center for Financial Planning is rolling out a host of new initiatives aimed at expanding and diversifying the workforce.

In the coming weeks, the center will launch an internship program aiming to place workforce re-entrants at planning firms, and a social media campaign geared for students highlighting the diversity of the profession.

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