MD CASH Campaign invites you to attend this free MD Financial Education Summit to build on the discussions which began during the Financial Education Summit held in April 2015. This half day session will focus on two topics:
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)'s roll out of their financial educator exchange "FinEx".
Research and best practices in evaluating the impact of financial education. Learn from the CFED about the state of research in evaluating the outcomes of financial education and join in a discussion on ideas to create metrics to be used in Maryland to measure the impact of financial education in increasing the financial stability of participants.
Please bring your ideas on best practices in evaluating your financial education programs and how the CFPB can support you as a Financial Educator.
This event is being co-sponsored by the Howard County Office of Consumer Affairs and Making Change.
Lunch will be provided. Please email Sue Rogan at email@example.com directly if you have a dietary request/restriction.
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Register today to attend this class.
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