Events

2022 EVENTS
 
How to Build a Financial Coaching Practice - Tuesday, December 6th at 12PM ET - FSWI partners and experienced coaches Sue Rogan, AFC and Tisa Silver Canady, EdD, MBA will discuss their work coaching clients and training financial coaches in this high-demand area of financial social work.  They will share best practices, tips and pitfalls to setting up a financial coaching practice, including a discussion of various certifications and credentials available. Click here to register for How to Build a Financial Coaching Practice
 
SSW Student Financial Well-Being Resources - Friday, November 18th at 12PM ET - Join FSWI Chair Dr. Chris Callahan and Assistant Dean for Student Services Henriette Taylor to learn about new initiatives at the SSW to foster student financial well-being and connect to available resources on campus and in the community.  Tisa Silver Canady, EdD, MBA will also provide an overview of supports offered thru the Maryland Center for Collegiate Financial Wellness (MCCFW) for students and families. Click here to register for this Student Financial Well-Being session
 
Pathways to Financial Well-Being - Friday, September 30th at 12PM ET - We will be hearing from Tisa Silver Canady, EdD, MBA about what the limited Public Service Loan Forgiveness waiver is, and how you can qualify and apply for it if you have certain types of students loans and have worked for a qualified employer in the public or non-profit sectors.  The opportunity to apply for loan forgiveness under the limited waiver expires October 31, 2022. Click here to view the recording

Challenges in Financial Social Work Practice – Thursday, March 17th at 12PM ET – We will be welcoming special guests who will share how they built their organization to integrate financial social work and overcame challenges. We hope to set aside time for questions and answers.

Peer Networking
– Thursday, February 17th at 12PM ET – We have identified three key issues in financial social work for participants to discuss in separate breakout groups: building a financial social work practice; confronting interdisciplinary challenges in host institutions; and helping motivate clients toward change. We hope to set aside time to discuss issues you may have that are not covered above! 

 

 

 
 

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