Credit Path Seminar for Community Development
Posted by on October 10, 2003
[posted from Community Development Banking listserv]
Alternatives Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce its first Credit Path Seminar for Community Development practitioners.
The Credit Path (http://www.alternatives.org/creditpath.html) was originally developed as a way of understanding our members’ financial situations, to enable Alternatives to incorporate the needs of our low income members into our business planning. The Path describes where people are situated at various points along a continuum between poverty and self-sufficiency. Our mission, as a community development financial institution, is to help our members move along that continuum by empowering them to make decisions, and
offering opportunities, that will move them towards financial self-sufficiency.
We have created a two day event to share our work with our peers. The agenda includes an overview of Alternatives’ strategic approach, organizational structure, and program development. Break out sessions will allow participants to study programs that most interest them. The seminar concludes with a tour of the community that will give participants the chance to meet Alternatives’ members and see how our work translates into action.
WHERE: Alternatives Federal Credit Union in Ithaca New York
WHAT Credit Path Seminar
WHO For Community Development practitioners
WHEN November 17th and 18th, 2003
COST $79 per attendee
HOW Information and Registration Site
CONTACT Carol Chernikoff, Directing of Lending Carol@alternatives.org
Registration is limited to 25 participants and will fill up early.
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