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Ready to Use Seminars

Reach out to your members and community members with financial education seminars.  Contact MCUL Financial Education Coordinator, Beth Troost at Beth.Troost@mcul.org for assistance and ideas. 

Free MCUL Ready to Use Seminars:  These free seminars contain PowerPoint presentations, complete speakers notes, member handouts and suggested activities.  Use these ‘as is’ to conduct a community seminar or use as a starting point and customize the presentation with your logo and specific information about your credit union products and services. 

  • Consumer Credit Basics:  What you need to know to use credit wisely. 
     
  • Right at Home and Right at Home Answers - Award winning DVD and website with financial answers for successful homeownership.  DVD and website workbook may be utilized in a seminar or workshop.  
     

 

  • Financial Health: Money management techniques for employees and members.  Help your employees enjoy financial well-being, improve your bottom line, and improve your member service at the same time by providing an employee financial education    program!   This  course is recommended for all employees as part of orientation and training and may also be used for member presentations.  Click here for more information and instructions.  Click here  to download the complete course with PowerPoint, instructor notes, handouts and activities.    

CUNA Seminars and presentations:  A variety of ready to go seminars are available in the CUNA “Seminars-in-a-Box” series.  

GreenPath has many financial education workshops; you can choose to invite a GreenPath speaker to make the presentation or purchase these to present yourself.

NEFE's Financial Workshop Kits: Free resources to help you teach money management skills.

 

Reach out to your members and community members with financial education seminars. Contact MCUL Financial Education Coordinator Beth Troost at Beth.Troost@mcul.org for assistance and ideas.

 

 
   
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