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On Friday, AC CAN attended a press conference hosted by San Francisco Treasurer José Cisneros. The Treasurer was joined by three AC CAN member organizations, California Reinvestment Coalition, EARN, and BALANCE, as he responded to recent [...]
The Results are In: Analysis of Financial Education in Youth Workforce Programs, an AC CAN Quarterly Stakeholder Convening Please join us on October 12, 2016 for the next Alameda County Community Asset Network (AC CAN) Stakeholder Convening. [...]
Please join us on October 12, 2016 for the next Alameda County Community Asset Network (AC CAN) Stakeholder Convening. This summer AC CAN surveyed youth workforce providers to find out if they are teaching financial education to [...]