The Second Latino Credit Union Conference
April 11-14, 2002 - San Diego, California
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Mel Martinez has confirmed his attendance -- the first time a cabinet-level official has attended a meeting like this -- and we expect him to share some important new federal initiatives to serve the colonias of the Southwest. You can read a transcript of Secretary Martinez' speech by clicking here.
Jaime Escalante, about whose efforts the film Stand and Deliver was based, will tell his inspirational story of teaching Calculus to high school students of an East Los Angeles high school.
Sessions will cover a wide range of topics including:
Money remittances across borders
Latino housing initiatives
Marketing techniques for credit unions of all types to reach the Latino market
Special sessions for credit union organizing groups
Conference Brochure (.pdf)
Spanish-language Conference Brochure
Registration Form (.pdf) -- to register, simply print out this form and fax it to (212) 809-3274 or email Aron Weisner
Special Pre-Conference Learning Opportunity!
You'll also find registration materials for a special pre-conference event -- our Market Analysis seminar, which helps credit unions develop marketing plans for purposes ranging from funding applications to field-of-membership expansion. For more information, click here .