Personal finance is becoming increasingly complex, with new tools, apps, and products being released all the time. When it comes to financial literacy, you’re never really done learning – even if you feel well-versed on this subject. That’s why Maine CU professionals, especially those with a focus and passion for financial education, are invited to attend the Maine Credit Union League’s 3rd Annual Financial Literacy Conference on Thursday, October 10, at the CU Service Center in Westbrook, from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
The 2019 Conference program includes the following speakers:
- Matthew Pouliot, a Maine State Senator, will be speaking about the importance of financial literacy in schools and the newly-signed law that will ensure proper fiscal education for K-12 students.
- Jess Maurer, Executive Director of the Maine Council on Aging, and Connie Jones, Program Director of Money Minders at the Southern Maine Area Agency on Aging, will be sharing tips on helping your older members secure a healthy financial well-being.
- Leah Taylor, Vice Chair of the National Youth Involvement Board, will be discussing the importance or reporting financial literacy outreach numbers to the NYIB and marketing fiscal education to youth.
In addition to these great speakers, there will be time to network, exchange ideas and get connected and excited about financial education in the upcoming school year.
A continental breakfast and a lunch will be provided.
If you have any questions, email Jake Holmes; or call 207.773.5671, ext 266.
Please complete and submit the form below to register for this event. You will be placed on a waiting list if the number of attendees for your reservation is greater than the number of seats available.
Registrations are closed for this event.