On January 29th, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Institute for Museum and Library Services will offer a free webinar on financial literacy. This session has limited space so please register quickly.
Tune in to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s monthly webinar series intended to instruct library staff on how to discuss financial education topics with their patrons. As part of the series, the Bureau invites experts from other government agencies and nonprofit organizations to speak about key topics of interest.
What’s the difference between your credit report and your credit score? How are scores used, and what makes them go up or down? Find out during this webinar when financial literacy experts discuss ways that past credit habits can affect your ability to get loans and lower interest rates in the future. If you would like to be notified of future webinars, or ask about in-person trainings for large groups of librarians, email firstname.lastname@example.org; Subject: Library financial education training. All webinars will be recorded and archived for later viewing.
January 29, 2015
2:30–3:30 p.m. EDT
To join the webinar, please click on the following link at the time of the webinar: Join the webinar
- Conference number: PW1172198
- Audience passcode: LIBRARY
If you are participating only by phone, please dial the following number:
- Phone: 1-888-947-8930
- Participant passcode: LIBRARY
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