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 04/11/2018 8:30AM-12:00PM  2018 Financial Capability Symposium     RSVP HERE
 04/25/2018 8:00AM-3:00PM

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Join us for this year’s FREE Financial Capability Symposium that aims to engage fellow stakeholders to better understand the needs, challenges, best practices and opportunities in delivering financial education and capability programs for our county’s most vulnerable members, including low income families, young people, 

seniors, and disabled people. 

Keynote Presentation 

"Financial Adulting: Millennial's and Money."

Karen Gibbs, The Gibbs Perspective

Breakout Sessions to Include:

 "Characteristics and Trends over the Generations" 

Dr. Alissa E. Harrison, Muse's Senior Vice President 

This session will focus on an overview of the importance of diversity and highlight why leaders should embrace “age” in the workforce. The discussion will include recent research, including Dr. Harrison's client engagement experiences within both public and private industry sectors.  

"Senior Strategies and Resources"  

Maggie Flowers, National Council on Aging 

This session will help attendees identify strategies and available resources to manage the anticipated psychological and financial needs of seniors to ensure financial sustainability during the “golden years.” 

CEU's are being offered for this event.  University of Maryland is an approved sponsor of the Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners for Category 1 continuing education credits for social workers in Maryland. We maintain responsibility for the program.

For driving directions Click here 

Questions? Contact Sue Rogan at sue@cashmd.org 

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Established in 2006, CAFE Montgomery MD is a coalition of county government agencies, non-profits, educational institutions, businesses and volunteers whom are dedicated to helping Montgomery County residents obtain the financial education needed to make informed money decisions.

 

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CAFE Montgomery MD is an affiliate of Family Services, Inc., a part of the Sheppard Pratt Health System. FSI provides high-quality services to foster health and well-being in the home, school and community. Founded in 1908, FSI serves over 17,000 of the most vulnerable residents and operates over 30 programs throughout Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties. FSI provides a wide array of programs and services which address Integrated Health and Behavioral Health; Children, Youth and Families; Victim and Domestic Violence and Community Support Services. 

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You are invited to the following event:

2018 MARYLAND FINANCIAL EDUCATION SUMMIT
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Event to be held at the following time, date, and location:

Wednesday, April 25, 2018 from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT)

Turf Valley Resort
2700 Turf Valley Road
Ellicott City, MD 21042

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Please join financial education practitioners, researchers and stakeholders to consider how we can help Maryland adults gain the skills and confidence to meet their financial goals. This Summit is designed to allow educators to share their best teaching tools, methods and curriculum with the group. We bring together up-to-date research, best practices, and the insights and expertise of our state’s financial education leaders.  Via interactive presentations, plenary sessions and small workshops we will consider these key questions:

What would it take to provide high quality, engaging financial education for adults in Maryland? What would it take for financial education to lead to better outcomes for participants?

Who should attend,

Financial educators, organizations and stakeholders who want to promote high quality financial programs.

A light breakfast and lunch will be provided. Parking is free.

Below is a list of some of the workshops that will be at this year's Summit!

  • Key Note Speaker, Brent Neiser, CFP, AFC, Senior Director, National Endowment for Financial Education 

  • 2018 Plenary:

FDIC, Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition, Federal Reserve - Richmond Branch

  • Workshops:

"Does Knowing Your FICO Score Change Financial Behavior?”, Katherine Lucas McKay, Aspen Institute "Human Insights, Human Centered Design", Prosperity Now "The Role of Insurance in Financial Capability", Joy Hatchette, MD Insurance Administration, 

Registration is limited to the first 200 applicants so register today! AFCPE is offering 4 CEU's for attending this Summit. Please contact us with any questions at info@cashmd.org

Many thanks to our MD Financial Education Summit Planning Team: FDIC, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond - Baltimore Branch, CAFE Montgomery MD, CASH Campaign of Maryland, MD Department of Housing and Community Development, Garrett County Community Action Committee, Guidewell Financial Solutions, Housing Authority of Frederick, MCEE, Prosperity Now, REACH of Washington County, UMD Extension, Wells Fargo and individual financial educators.

By registering for this event, I agree that CASH Campaign of Maryland, its employees and agents have the right to photograph, videotape and record me at this event and use my photographed, videotape and/or recorded name, likeness, voice, and statements to promote CASH Campaign of Maryland.

A special thanks to our partners of the event; the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond and FDIC

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THANK YOU TO OUR EVENT SPONSORS!











Maryland Insurance Administration, Pincus & Goldberg, CPA, BankOn Gaithersburg, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. (MD Chapter), Earn & Learn Enterprises, LLC., Housing Initiative Partnership, LLC (HIP)

Fiscal Sponsor:
Family Services, Inc. 
 
...AND OUR EVENT VOLUNTEERS!