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July 2021

CPFinCap Spring 2021 Certificant Celebration! – Certified Practitioner in Financial Capability Certificants Reflect and Raise a Glass!

July 23 @ 3:30 PM - 4:15 PM EDT
Virtual Session, Registrants will receive an e-mail directly from Zoom to access this session.

All Are Invited to Celebrate With the 27 newest CPFinCap Certificants who completed their CPFinCap professional certification June 28, 2021, as part of the Spring 2021 Cohorts!

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August 2021

FPP August 2021 “Better Together” Virtual Session: Why Financial Capability has to Be in the Equation for True Inclusion to Exist

August 19 @ 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM EDT
Virtual Session, Registrants will receive an e-mail directly from Zoom to access this session.

Inclusion has been proven to be one of the biggest factors in an organization's mission attainment.  If people feel excluded in an organization, productivity suffers. 

The same is true in the United States of America.  

The wealth gap has caused division and inequity in our society.  Division and inequity have also caused and perpetuated the wealth gap.  Our society suffers from our inability to come together and bridge the gaps.  We have seen it in politics, race relations, as well as gender and faith differences. 

Yet it is socioeconomic differences are the most influential in this nation's quest for equity and inclusion. 

Studies show that one of the top predictors of future wealth is existing wealth within the household and family tree.  It is not just the resources, but the Financial Capability knowledge, skill, acumen, and most importantly, access, that make the difference. 

When a small fraction of the people in the United States possess a majority of the wealth, the knowledge, skill and acumen are not reaching the masses.  And that leads to a result that is less than True Inclusion for our nation.

Travis and Mike say, let's explore this together!  

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October 2021

Certified Practitioner in Financial Capability (CPFinCap) – Fall 2021 Cohorts

October 18
On the TogetherCert Virtual Platform

How Prepared are You to Serve Your Community at Your Best?

As a Financial Capability practitioner, you serve the needs of low- to moderate-income households and individuals as they make their way from Financial Crisis to Stability, Security, Well-Being and Prosperity.

Professionals from non-profit organizations, serving at the national, regional, state, city and community levels.  Banks, credit unions and CDFIs.  Government agencies.  Academia.  For-profit.  And other community developers.  Together, the entire community plays a role in serving those who need and deserve your guidance and support the most.

You deserve to perform at your best to help advance the communities you serve.

One of the greatest ways you can elevate your performance is by developing your knowledge, skills and acumen as you pursue the Certified Practitioner in Financial Capability (commonly known as the “CPFinCap”) professional certification!    

Elevate your performance!  Pursue the CPFinCap!

To learn more about the CPFinCap, visit the website at https://CPFinCap.org.

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