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 are growing up in financial deserts — communities without ready access to safe, quality financial tools and information.   As a result, when youth from these [...]

By | 2017-07-28T23:42:27+07:00 December 3rd, 2016|News|0 Comments

Thanks and Preparation from AC CAN

A Message of Thanks and Preparation from AC CAN On the week of Thanksgiving, AC CAN would like to take a moment to thank our member organizations for all of their hard work this year to support low-income communities in increasing their incomes and building their assets. AC CAN member organizations and agencies do a [...]

By | 2017-07-28T23:42:27+07:00 December 3rd, 2016|From the field, News|0 Comments

Youth Workforce is Teaching Financial Education and Wants to Do More

Youth Workforce is Teaching Financial Education and Wants to Do More Alameda County Community Asset Network, AC CAN, held it’s fall stakeholder convening, The Results are In: Analysis of Financial Education in Youth Workforce Programs,  as a continuation of it’s work this year to help youth workforce programs integrate financial education and financial products into their [...]

By | 2017-07-28T23:42:27+07:00 November 16th, 2016|From the field|0 Comments

Resources for Consumers Affected by Wells Fargo

San Francisco Treasurer José Cisneros Announces Resources for San Francisco Consumers Affected by the Wells Fargo Consent Decree 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 news that Wells Fargo used [...]

By | 2017-07-28T23:42:27+07:00 November 16th, 2016|From the field|0 Comments

Welcome Our New Member Npower

AC CAN is pleased to Introduce NPower, one of our Newest Members Silicon Valley has been repeatedly criticized for their failure to recruit and retain tech employees from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds.  NPower, one of Alameda County Community Asset Network’s newest members, is helping to address this issue in the Bay Area. NPower builds [...]

By | 2017-07-28T23:42:28+07:00 October 22nd, 2016|From the field|0 Comments

AC CAN is pleased to Introduce NPower, one of our Newest Members

Silicon Valley has been repeatedly criticized for their failure to recruit and retain tech employees from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds.  NPower, one of Alameda County Community Asset Network’s newest members, is helping to address this issue in the Bay Area. NPower builds brighter futures for underserved young adults and veterans, predominantly people of color, [...]

By | 2017-07-28T23:42:28+07:00 October 14th, 2016|News|0 Comments

San Francisco Treasurer José Cisneros Announces Resources for San Francisco Consumers Affected by the Wells Fargo Consent Decree

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 news that Wells Fargo used personal information about their clients to open accounts without consent, and in some cases transferred funds [...]

By | 2017-07-28T23:42:28+07:00 September 29th, 2016|News, Uncategorized|0 Comments

The Results are In!

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. This summer AC CAN surveyed youth workforce providers to find out if they are teaching financial education to their participants, [...]

By | 2017-07-28T23:42:28+07:00 September 24th, 2016|From the field|0 Comments

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. This summer AC CAN surveyed youth workforce providers to find out if they are teaching financial education to their participants, what financial topics they value, if they introduce youth to financial accounts, and the barriers they face doing [...]

By | 2016-09-17T01:02:44+07:00 September 17th, 2016|Convenings, News|0 Comments
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