1 AET BUILDIG COURE CATALOG PRIG 2013 ew Career Group May & June Details on Pg. 5! peed Banking Apr 23rd, 10am-1pm - Pg. 1 These workshops are free and open to the public Estos talleres son gratis y abiertos al público Asset Building Course Catalog Financial Education Career Development Desarrollo de Activos - Catálogo de Cursos Educación Financiera Desarrollo de Carrera En español - Página 5 Copyright 2013 Asset Building Team of Heartland Human Care ervices, Inc. All rights reserved.
2 APRIL CHEDULE 1 FIACIAL WORKHOP Date Time City Area Location Contact APRIL $ Make Credit Work for You, 4/6 10:30am- 12:30pm $ Make Every Cent Count Th, 4/11 9:30am- 11:30am 1207 W. Leland Kimberly $ Make Credit Work for You Th, 4/11 10am-12pm 400 W. 76 th t.., uite 100 $ ecure Your Money M, 4/15 3-5pm W Los Vecinos 4250 W. orth Avenue $ Build Healthy Relationships $ Make Every Cent Count Th, 4/18 9:30am- 11:30am T, 4/16 3-5pm 400 W. 76 th t.., uite W. 76 th t.., uite 110 $ Manage Your Credit Problems W, 4/24 6-8pm Parkside: 544 W. Oak t., 3rd Floor Community Room (Bell # 819) Larry Karen $ **peed Banking T, 4/23 10am-1pm t. abina: 1210 W. 78th PL huron $ How To Buy A Good Used Car W, 4/24 6-8pm 1207 W. Leland Kimberly M T W Th F KEY $ Financial Education COTACT Karen Kimberly Larry $ Make Credit Work for You Th, 4/25 11:30am E. 53rd treet Larry huron PEED BAKIG: TUEDAY, APRIL 23RD 10AM-1PM Meet lots of banks in one spot! Choosing a financial institution can be time consuming and daunting. Join Heartland Alliance for a special peed Banking event and get tools to help you choose and the opportunity to ask questions of several financial institutions in one day and one location. t. abina W 78th PL. Look for the Bank On Chicago signs. Call to RVP MAY CHEDULE FIACIAL WORKHOP Date Time City Area $ Make Credit Work For You Th, 5/2-3:30pm $ Manage Your Credit Problems, 5/4 10:30am- 12:30pm $ Building Healthy Relationships Location Contact 1207 W. Leland Kimberly $ Make Credit Work For You T, 5/7 3-5pm W Los Vecinos 4250 W. orth Avenue $ Manage Your Credit Problems Th, 5/9 10am-12pm 400 W. 76 th t.., uite 100 $ Achieve Your Goals: Assets Made Possible $ ecure Your Money Th, 5/16 9:30am- 11:30am $ ecure Your Money Th, 5/16 11:30am- $ Own Your Values and Financial Future W, 5/15 6-8pm Parkside: 544 W. Oak t., 3rd Floor Community Room (Bell # 819) 400 W. 76 th t.., uite 110 Larry huron 1709 E 53rd treet Larry CAREER WORKHOP Date Time Area Location Contact ecuring Employment with a Criminal Background T, 5/7 11:30am- $ *Planning for What If* T, 5/7 6-8:00pm 1709 E 53rd treet Karen T, 5/21 3-5pm 400 W. 76 th t.., uite 110 taci Karen Th, 5/9 10am-12pm 1207 W. Leland Kimberly MAY M T W Th F KEY $ Financial Education Career Development COTACT Karen Kimberly Larry huron taci
3 JUE CHEDULE FIACIAL WORKHOP Date Time City Area $ Build Healthy Relationships $ Achieve Your Goals: Assets Made Possible, 6/1 10:30am- 12:30pm $ Manage Your Credit Problems Th, 6/13-3:30pm Location Contact 1207 W. Leland Kimberly Th, 6/13 10am-12pm 400 W. 76 th t. uite 100 $ ecure Your Money M, 6/18 3-5pm W Los Vecinos 4250 W. orth Avenue $ Make Every Cent Count T, 6/18 3-5pm 400 W. 76 th t. uite 110 $ Building Healthy Relationships $ Make Credit Work For You Th, 6/20-3:30pm $ Manage Your Credit Problems Th, 6/20 11:30am- $ Own Your Values & Financial Future W, 6/ pm W Parkside: 544 W. Oak t., 3rd Floor Community Room (Bell # 819) 400 W. 76 th t. uite 110 Larry Karen huron CAREER WORKHOP Date Time Area Location Contact ecuring Employment with a Criminal Background 1709 E 53rd treet Larry, 6/22 10am-12pm outhwest REACH Center: Pulaksi Rd., 2nd floor (Marquette Bank) Earlisha T, 6/4 3-5pm 400 W. 76 th t. uite 100 Please remember to call the workshop contact person at least 2 days in advance so they can prepare enough materials for the workshop. Thank you!!! Kimberly JUE M T W Th F KEY $ Financial Education Career Development COTACT Earlisha x Karen Kimberly Larry huron LOCATIO ORTH IDE LOCATIO 4411/4419. Ravenswood Avenue, 3rd Floor This office is East of the Metra tracks on Ravenswood (3 blocks West of Ashland). It is accessible from the Brown Line Montrose station and #78 bus. Leland W. Leland Avenue This location is accessible by the Red Line (exit at Wilson) or by bus #78 or #145 (exit at Wilson & Magnolia.) Metered street parking is available. Parkside: 544 W. Oak treet, 3 rd floor - Community Room This office is located between Chicago Ave. & Division and is near public transportation. treet parking is also available. Please press bell # 819 Belmont W. Belmont Free parking located on Central south of Belmont is available. It is also accessible by the Belmont Bus or Central Bus. WET IDE LOCATIO Los Vecinos W. orth Avenue This site is at the corner of orth and Kildare. Metered parking is available W. Roosevelt Road (at Racine) The building is located on the corner of Roosevelt and Racine. It is accessible via the Red Line at the Roosevelt stop, the Blue line at the Racine stop and also by #12 Roosevelt bus and #9 Ashland bus. OUTH IDE LOCATIO 1709 E. 53rd treet This office is accessible by the #6 or #28 bus (exit at outh Hyde Park & 53rd treet). Englewood W. 76th treet, uite 100/110 This office is located one block west of Vincennes Ave in the tewart Business building which has a big cell phone tower on top. Press start and enter 027 to ring the buzzer. Parking is available behind the building. Also accessible by the Redline train to 79 th t, take the 74/75 th bus to 75 th & Vincennes, walk 1 block west outhwest REACH Center: Pulaski Rd., 2nd Floor (Marquette Bank) This office is located a block and a half north of 63rd treet in the Marquette Bank Building on the 2nd floor. treet parking is available. Also accessible by the #53A bus (62nd t. stop) or the #63 bus (Pulaski stop) t. abina: 1210 W. 78th Pl. - t. abina is located at between 79 th treet and 78 th treet on outh Racine Ave. It is accessible by public transportation via the #79 bus (79 th treet bus) and the #44 bus (which travels north and south on Racine). The closest train stops are the red line stop at 79 th treet and the Green line stop at 63 rd and Halsted, but these stops are not within walking distance. treet parking is available For public transportation directions, call the CTA at (312) or log on to the CTA s website at
4 3 Money mart Week is a public awareness campaign designed to help consumers better manage their personal finances. This is achieved through the collaboration and coordinated effort of hundreds of organizations across the country including businesses, financial institutions, schools, libraries, not-for-profits, government agencies and the media. These groups come together once a year to stress the importance of financial literacy, inform consumers about where they can get help and provide free educational seminars and activities throughout the week. Programming is offered to all demographics and income levels and covers all facets of personal finance from establishing a budget to first time home buying to estate planning. The effort was created by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago in Money mart Week partners will be hosting their events April 20-27, Vist for more information and to find an event near you! MOEY MART WEEK TOPIC & EVET BEIG COVERED I 2013 Basic Banking ervices Credit & Debt Management Estate Planning Fairs & Multi-Program Events Going Green to ave Healthy Habits that ave Housing/Mortgages/Foreclosures Identity Theft/Investment cams/ Financial Fraud Insurance Investing & Wealth Building Kids & Money Money Management for Women Personal Finance 101/Budgeting Preparing for Financial Emergencies Retirement Planning aving & Planning for College avvy hopping & Bargain Hunting mall Business & Entrepreneurship Taxes Teens & Money Tours & pecial Events Unemployment & Job Transitioning HAVE FU AD LEAR A LITTLE TOO! FREE ACTIVITIE I CHICAGO THI WITER Happy pring to all! Here are some fun FREE things you can do in Chicago in the coming months! Chicago Kids and Kites Festival FREE Cricket Hill in Lincoln Park May 4, 2013 (10am-4pm) Chicago Kids and Kites Festival is a fun-filled day to celebrate the joys of being a kid. From running around outdoors, flying FREE paper kites and enjoying family-focused programming including face painting, crafts, balloon artists and more. Kids & Kites festival will run from 10 am to 4 pm on Cricket Hill, near the intersection of Lake hore Drive and Montrose Ave. For any last minute major changes to the event including cancellation due to unsafe weather conditions, please call Loop InstaGreeter (Guided walking tour of Chicago) FREE Chicago Cultural Center Year Round (except major holidays) Friday, aturday and unday 11am-3pm (last group departs at 2pm each day) Approximately an hour long and limited to 6 people per walk InstaGreeter are hour-long guided walks of Downtown and seasonally, Millenium Park and iconic Chicago neighborhoods. These are first come first serve and no registration is required. Learn about Chicago history, architecture, the Chicago River and the Lakefront on a FREE InstaGreeter visit of the Loop! Departs from Chicago Cultural Center Visitor Information Center, 77 E. Randolph t., Chicago, IL For more information call (312) The Chicago Blues Festival FREE Admission Grant Park June 6-9, 2013 Thursday, June 6: 6:30-9pm Friday, June 7 unday June 9: 11am-9:30pm The Chicago Blues Festival is the largest free blues festival in the world and remains the largest of Chicago's Music Festivals. During three days on five stages, more than 500,000 blues fans prove that Chicago is the "Blues Capital of the World." Past performers include Bonnie Raitt, Ray Charles, B.B. King, the late Bo Diddley, Buddy Guy and the late Koko Taylor.
5 GROUP DECRIPTIO 4 FIACIAL EDUCATIO GROUP Own Your Values & Financial Future We spend money differently based on our priorities and values. This group will help you discover how your values impact spending & savings habits. Make Every Cent Count We'll walk through the process of creating a realistic spending plan, organization and keeping up with your bills. ecure Your Money This group will cover the pro s & con s of using a bank, credit union or currency exchange. We ll review commonly used banking terms and practice skills such as writing a check and balancing your checkbook. Make Credit Work for You Confused by credit? We ll discuss what credit is, when to use it, and how to access and understand your report and score. Manage Your Credit Problems Learn how to legally correct errors on your credit report and improve your credit score. trategies for building credit, dealing with collections, and repaying debt will also be covered. Build Healthy Relationships Explore how your relationships influence your finances in this group. Tips and techniques for talking and dealing with family, friends and your finances will be covered. Achieve Your Goals: Assets Made Possible Learn the basics of preparing for large ticket items. We ll talk about credit requirements, down payments, mortgages, predatory lending and much more! How to Buy a Good Used Car Learn about the car buying and financing process. Topics will include the pro s & con s of buying new vs. used, protecting your cash & trade in, inspections and much more! This workshop presented by the orth ide Federal Community Credit Union. *Planning for What If Learn from an estate planning expert about how to ensure that your wishes are followed when you die. Wills, living wills, and other tools that can aid you and your family in planning for these important decisions will be covered. *ALUMI CLUB* The Alumni Club is a way for you to stay engaged in financial education and asset building after having completed at least 10 hours of our financial education workshops or after having graduated from Family elf-ufficiency, Meet Your Match, or IDEA. The Alumni Club meets quarterly and each session will explore a new topic. Join us this quarter for a discussion on estate planning. Pre-registration is required. Call Karen at: CAREER GROUP ecuring Employment with a Criminal Background - Are you experiencing difficulty answering questions about having a criminal conviction? Has the challenge impacted your job search? If so, this workshop is for you. Our guest speaker from t. Leonard s Ministries will provide job seekers with strategies for securing employment, improving your resume and ways to answer the question, Do you have a criminal conviction? All are invited however the topics will focus on job seekers with criminal convictions. Handling Conflict and Miscommunication in the Workplace Learn how to deal with difficult situations and difficult people while staying professional. Get advice about the conflicts you are dealing with at work. We will talk about how to go about getting your way without creating tension between you, your co-workers and your bosses. How to Apply for Jobs Effectively Learn the basics about how to find open positions and apply for them. Find out about the best ways to search for jobs and practice filling out paper and online applications. We will discuss common application mistakes so that you can make the best impression possible when applying for jobs. Receive answers to all of your job search related questions.
6 TALLERE E EPAÑOL ABRIL MAYO JUIO 5 TALLERE FIACIERO Fecha Hora Area Locacion Facilitador $ Asegure su dinero M, 4/ am Park Federal Bank 1823 W. 47 th t Planta Baja $ Benefíciese de su crédito *J, 5/16 6-8pm O Llame para la ubicacion Kimberly $ Maneje sus problemas de crédito *J, 6/6 6-8pm O Llame para la ubicacion Kimberly LUGARE Park Federal Bank - eighborhood Housing ervices: 1823 W. 47th t. La oficina de eighborhood Housing ervices está ubicada en el Park Federal avings Bank en la esquina de la 47 y la Honore cerca de la Ashland. Los talleres tomarán lugar en la planta baja. Hay estacionamiento gratis. Por favor, llame al facilitador por lo menos 2 días por adelantado para confirmar. u llamada nos ayudará preparar material suficiente y nos permitirá dejarle saber acerca de cualquier cambio de horario. Gracias! Para conseguir direcciones para llegar por transporte publico, llame al CTA al (312) o ve a la página del internet del CTA: EMAA ATUTO con DIERO Temas de Eventos y Talleres 2013 ervicios Bancarios Básicos Manejo de Crédito y Deuda Planificación Patrimonial Ferias y Eventos de múltiples programas ea Verde para Ahorrar Hábitos aludables para Ahorrar Vivienda / Hipotecas / Ejecuciones Robo de Identidad / Estafas de Inversión / Fraude Financiero eguros Inversiónes / Incrementar Bienes iños y El Dinero Manejo del Dinero para Mujeres Lo Básico de Finanzas Personales/ Presupestos Preparación - Emergencias Financieras Planificar para la Jubilación Ahorrar y Planificar para la universidad Hacer compras inteligentes y baratas Pequeños egocios y Emprendimiento Impuestos Jóvenes y Dinero Giras y Eventos Especiales Desempleo y Transición de Empleo Estos eventos se llevarán a cabo del 20 al 27 de abril 2013 Para más información visite: REGLA DE AITECIA REGLA DE AITECIA 1 ero de abril de i usted pierde más de 15 minutos de un taller, no recibirá el crédito completo por asistir al taller, sin embargo, se le dará crédito parcial de la siguiente manera: Tiempo de asistencia Crédito por asistir 1:45-2 horas crédito completo 45 minutos-1: 45 medio crédito 0-45 minutos no se le dará crédito DECRIPCIÓ DE TALLERE LO TALLERE Asegure su dinero - En este taller hablaremos de las ventajas y desventajas de utilizar los servicios de un banco, cooperativa de crédito, o casa de cambio. Presentaremos los términos bancarios más comunes y haremos prácticas de cómo escribir un cheque y balancear su chequera. Benefíciese de su crédito - Está confundido sobre su crédito? Hablaremos de lo que es el crédito, cuando se usa, cómo conseguirlo y cómo comprender su reporte y puntaje de crédito. abía usted que puede graduarse del programa de educación financiera de Heartland Alliance? ólo tiene que asistir 10 horas de talleres financieras para graduarse. Usted recibirá un certificado del Illinois Department of Financial & Professional Regulation. Para más información, preguntele al facilitador del taller que asiste. Maneje sus problemas de crédito Aprenda a corregir los errores de su reporte de crédito. Hablaremos de estrategias para construir crédito, tratar con las agencias de colecciones y pagar sus deudas. organizar sus pagos.
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