JACKSON, Miss.- Your child’s finger-paintings could mean money for college.The Mississippi Affordable College Savings program is holding an art contest for pre-K through twelfth grade students and State Treasurer Lynn Fitch says the $529 scholarships can be used for most education costs. Tuition, books and other sundry education expenses are all fair game. The theme of the art contest is: What Do I Want to Be When I Grow Up? This seed money gives students a psychological edge as well as economic one. Students who have established college funds are seven times more likely to pursue higher education than their non-funded counterparts. The contest runs through February 29th and details can be found at http://treasurerlynnfitch.com.