June 14, 2010
Money Smart Train-the-Trainer workshop on Thursday, June 24
Bank on Sacramento has arranged for an FDIC Money Smart Train-the-Trainer workshop on Thursday, June 24, 2010 in Sacramento at:
Oak Park Community Center
3425 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd
Sacramento, CA 95817
From: 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Money Smart Train-the-Trainer workshops are intended for banks, community organizations, and other entities that provide financial education training or are interested in implementing a financial education program using the FDIC’s Money Smart program. The Train-the-Trainer workshops provide guidance to the lead trainers at those organizations. The expectation is that the lead trainers will, in turn, conduct Money Smart workshops in their organizations for additional instructors or move directly to classroom instruction for Money Smart students. The Money Smart program must be offered free-of-charge to student participants. Visit the FDIC website for additional information about FDIC’s Money Smart Train-the-Trainer program:
For information about FDIC Money Smart Train-the-Trainer workshops in other areas, contact Linda Ortega, Community Affairs Officer, SFCommunityAffairs@fdic.gov.
Bank on Sacramento is a joint effort of the Office of the Governor, Office of Mayor Kevin Johnson, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, local financial institutions and nonprofit organizations. For more information about Bank on Sacramento or Bank on California, contact Spike Keil, Program Specialist, Bank on California, Spike.Keil@opr.ca.gov.
For information on the DFI's Consumer Outreach Program, contact Alana Golden, Public Information Office, firstname.lastname@example.org.