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September 2020

FPP Special Edition “Better Together” Virtual Session: Ask the Attorney About Tenant Rights and Updates on Eviction Protections

September 24 @ 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM EDT
Virtual Session, Registrants will receive an e-mail directly from Zoom to access this session.
Free

This session, open to all Financial Capability practitioners at all levels who seek to understand the rights renters possess in the state of Florida, aims to shed light on the 3 lines of defense against evictions for nonpayment of rent:

1) the CARES Act

2) the Governor’s Order

3) the CDC Moratorium

This informative session will also aim to shed light on frequently encountered problems for underprivileged tenants in Florida.  Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions of Attorney Parra during the 75-minute Special Edition session.  

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Is Professional Certification for You? – Certified Practitioner in Financial Capability Information/Prep Session #4

September 25 @ 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM EDT
Virtual Session, Registrants will receive an e-mail directly from Zoom to access this session.
Free

Is a professional certification right for you in your continued professional development?  What about a pursuit that does not require to study and pass an exam, but instead encourages you to actively engage with Financial Capability peers over a twelve-week stretch to be able to share and learn with, and from each other?

Register for and join this interactive session so you can learn more about the innovative social learning and learning synthesis methodologies that are central to the pursuit of the Certified Practitioner in Financial Capability professional certification, commonly known as CPFinCap.

You will observe a live demo of the www.TogetherCert.com platform where all Candidates engage with each other on a weekly basis to share their insights in key Financial Capability learning topic focus areas such as Ethics, Financial Technology, Learning Theory, and so much more!

Register today!  Your ability to serve your community at your best awaits you!

CPFinCap--the most innovative and leading-edge Financial Capability professional certification initiative in the nation's marketplace!

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October 2020

FPP “Better Together” Virtual Session: Exploring the Digital Divide – How Digital Access Intersects With Our Work, Our Lives and Our World

October 1 @ 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM EDT
Virtual Session, Registrants will receive an e-mail directly from Zoom to access this session.
Free

In this 90-minute conversation, the assembled panel of Guest Experts will facilitate an interactive dialogue examining the digital divide’s impact on our work and lives, while sharing innovative efforts underway in Florida and around the country to address the deficiencies in digital access highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

This session will equip participants with the knowledge and resources necessary to help bridge the digital divide in their own organizations and communities, including the most valuable resource of all—each other.

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FPP 2020 South Central Florida Regional Roundtable: Community Conversations, Highlighting Bank On Immokalee

October 8 @ 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT
Virtual Session, Registrants will receive an e-mail directly from Zoom to access this session.
Free

A Conversation Highlighting the Bank On Immokalee Movement

As we, as community leaders and Financial Capability practitioners, look at the new post-COVID economy, there will be so many changes in the ways people work, and for whom they work.  Despite these impending shifts, having a deposit account with a licensed and insured financial institution remains as important as ever. 

Join FPP, Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund, FDIC, and all your peer community stakeholders as the launch of a local Bank On movement is explored.  Bank On coalitions are locally-led partnerships between local public officials; city, state, and federal government agencies; financial institutions; and community organizations that work together to help improve the financial stability of unbanked and underbanked individuals and families in their communities.

The Bank On movement has already connected tens of thousands of people to safe and affordable accounts in communities, cities and regions across the nation.  Bank On coalition collaboration also works to raise public awareness, target outreach to the unbanked, and expand access to financial education, thereby elevating Financial Capability.

The Bank On movement in Immokalee was ready to move pre-COVID, and is again ready to make great things happen on behalf of the south central Florida community!  Join this meaningful conversation to be part of the movement!  

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FPP 2020 East Central Florida Regional Roundtable: Community Conversations, Highlighting Mental Health and Financial Capability

October 14 @ 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT
Virtual Session, Registrants will receive an e-mail directly from Zoom to access this session.
Free

A Conversation Highlighting the Intersection of Mental Health and Financial Capability

As we, as community leaders and Financial Capability practitioners, look at the new post-COVID economy, there will be so many changes in the ways people earn, spend and save.  Accompanying these impending shifts is a growing need to factor mental health concerns and the way they impact one's Financial Capability, even in the daily decisions related to how an individual or a household manages their money.  

Join FPP, The United Way of Volusia and Flagler Counties and all your peer community stakeholders as this and other topics are explored.  Experts (still currently seeking more practitioners with expertise in this area) will weigh in for this immersive, interactive and relevant learning conversation.  

Register today!  

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FPP 2020 Southwest Florida Regional Roundtable: Community Conversations, Highlighting Bank On Fort Myers

October 20 @ 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT
Virtual Session, Registrants will receive an e-mail directly from Zoom to access this session.
Free

A Conversation Highlighting the Bank On Fort Myers Coalition Movement

As we, as community leaders and Financial Capability practitioners, look at the new post-COVID economy, there will be so many changes in the ways people work, and for whom they work.  Despite these impending shifts, having a deposit account with a licensed and insured financial institution remains as important as ever.

Join FPP, Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund, FDIC, and all your peer community stakeholders as the launch of a local Bank On movement is explored.  Bank On coalitions are locally-led partnerships between local public officials; city, state, and federal government agencies; financial institutions; and community organizations that work together to help improve the financial stability of unbanked and underbanked individuals and families in their communities.

The Bank On movement has already connected tens of thousands of people to safe and affordable accounts in communities, cities and regions across the nation.  Bank On coalition collaboration also works to raise public awareness, target outreach to the unbanked, and expand access to financial education, thereby elevating Financial Capability.

The Bank On movement in Fort Myers and surrounding areas was ready to move pre-COVID, and is again ready to make great things happen on behalf of the south central Florida community!  Join this meaningful conversation to be part of the movement!

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Certified Practitioner in Financial Capability (CPFinCap) – Fall 2020 Cohorts

October 26 @ 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM EDT
On the TogetherCert Virtual Platform
Free – $295.00

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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FPP 2020 Central Florida Regional Roundtable: Community Conversations – Central Florida Workplace Skills Summit

October 28 @ 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT
Virtual Session, Registrants will receive an e-mail directly from Zoom to access this session.
Free

A Conversation Featuring the Central Florida Workplace Skills Summit

As we, as community leaders and Financial Capability practitioners, look at the new post-COVID economy, there will be so many continued changes in the ways people work, and for whom they work.  These impending shifts will require the workforce to be better prepared to participate in the economy in new ways.  This preparation for their future will require new knowledge, higher skills and expanded acumen.

Join FPP and Heart of Florida United Way, with United Against Poverty leaders as an instrumental part of the conversation, as many of the region's leaders in developing workplace skills convene to share resources and strategies for preparing Central Florida workers for the economic shift.  

The desired output of this meaningful dialogue and exchange is a comprehensive resource that reflects all the Workplace Skills Development outlets, opportunities and entities that are part of the region's continued workforce upskilling movement.  

Register today to be an active contributor to this collective impact conversation!  

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November 2020

FPP 2020 Big Bend of Florida Regional Roundtable: Community Conversations – Summit Supporting Small and Minority-Owned Business

November 12 @ 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM EST
Virtual Session, Registrants will receive an e-mail directly from Zoom to access this session.
Free

A Conversation Highlighting Support and Resources for Small Business and Black- and Brown-Owned Business in Leon County and Beyond

As we, as community leaders and Financial Capability practitioners, look at the new post-COVID economy, there will be so many changes in the ways people tell their future "Financial Story."  These impending shifts are already generating an adverse impact on all small business in the region, and especially on small businesses owned by people of color.  

What resources are currently available, yet must be highlighted to heighten awareness for small business owners?  

What steps can we all take together to overcome the impending challenges in our communities, and in our economy?  

What more can be done to inspire a community-driven approach toward the best solutions for our shared future?  

Join FPP, with Herschel Holloway and Terrance Barber central to the sharing conversation, and all your peer community stakeholders as we convene in this Summit to engage in meaningful conversation that leads to even more meaningful resource-sharing, inspiration and outcomes for all small business, and especially black- and brown-owned small businesses. 

Join this convening to be an active part of creating a better tomorrow for all in the Big Bend region of Florida. 

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FPP 2020 South Florida Regional Roundtable: Community Conversations – A Tax Time Summit

November 19 @ 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM EST
Virtual Session, Registrants will receive an e-mail directly from Zoom to access this session.
Free

A Conversation Featuring The Tax Time Summit

As we, as community leaders and Financial Capability practitioners, look at the new post-COVID economy, there will be so many changes in the ways people tell their future "Financial Story."  These impending shifts are already generating an adverse impact on low- to moderate-income taxpayers who are eligible for substantial tax credits such as EITC.  

What resources are currently available, yet must be highlighted to heighten awareness for taxpayers?

What steps can we all take together to overcome the impending challenges in our communities, and in our economy?

What more can be done to inspire a community-driven approach toward the best solutions for our shared future, especially as it relates to tax time?

Join FPP and multiple experts from across the South Florida region 

Join this convening to be an active part of creating a better tomorrow for all taxpayers across South Florida and beyond!

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