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We are the Alameda County Community Asset Network – AC CAN
AC CAN’s mission is to build the local capacity to create economic equity in Alameda County by working collectively with our members to develop innovative asset-building strategies, services, and policies.
We are a working group of service providers, credit unions and banks, community-based organizations, public agencies, and base building groups that work in partnership to increase the income and assets of low-to-moderate income Alameda County residents.
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Last week AC CAN presented at the California Asset Building Coalition Symposium in Sacramento. We were on a panel called Making it Work-Integrating Financial Capability in Workforce Programs, moderated by Lisa Forti from First 5 [...]
AC CAN Welcomes New Member MyPath There are 20 million young people ages 16 – 24 working in the U.S., earning their first paychecks, often through youth employment programs. Many of these youth and young adults [...]
There are 20 million young people ages 16 – 24 working in the U.S., earning their first paychecks, often through youth employment programs. Many of these youth and young adults are growing up in financial deserts [...]