Financial Capabilities

Our Financial Capabilities classes will ensure you are financially prepared for home ownership. Content for this three-session series includes:

  • Money management
  • Spending plans
  • Credit
  • Debt reduction and saving
  • Banking basics
  • Fair housing/lending
  • Consumer protection
  • And more!

All sessions must be attended in order to receive a Certificate of Completion.

Class Title Date Time Topics Register
April Saturday Morning Series April 13
April 20
April 27
9AM - 12PM Session 1: Money Management & Developing a Spending Plan & Banking Basics

Session 2: Improving Credit Rations, Debt Reduction & Savings & Student Loan Debt

Session 3: Consumer Protection, Fair Housing, & Insurance
Register
May Tuesday Evening Series May 7
May 14
May 21
6PM–9PM Session 1: Money Management & Developing a Spending Plan & Banking Basics

Session 2: Improving Credit Rations, Debt Reduction & Savings & Student Loan Debt

Session 3: Consumer Protection, Fair Housing, & Insurance
Register
June Saturday Morning Series June 8
June 15
June 22
9AM-12PM Session 1: Money Management & Developing a Spending Plan & Banking Basics

Session 2: Improving Credit Rations, Debt Reduction & Savings & Student Loan Debt

Session 3: Consumer Protection, Fair Housing, & Insurance
Register
July Tuesday Evening Series July 9
July 16
June 23
6PM -9PM Session 1: Money Management & Developing a Spending Plan & Banking Basics

Session 2: Improving Credit Rations, Debt Reduction & Savings & Student Loan Debt

Session 3: Consumer Protection, Fair Housing, & Insurance
Register
September Saturday Morning Series Sept 21
Sept 28
Oct 5
9AM-12PM Session 1: Money Management & Developing a Spending Plan & Banking Basics

Session 2: Improving Credit Rations, Debt Reduction & Savings & Student Loan Debt

Session 3: Consumer Protection, Fair Housing, & Insurance
Register

Non-Discrimination Policy Policy Statement: The Inner City Christian Federation (ICCF) supports and promotes fair and equal access for all people in the delivery of housing education and housing counseling services, and access to housing. No person shall be denied services or housing on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical or mental disabilities, national origin, age, height, weight, familial status or marital status.

Registration

  • $20 for first registrant, $5 for additional registrants in the same household
  • No walk-ins; class participants must be registered for class
  • All fees are non-refundable and non-transferable
  • Fees may be waived for those with proof of hardship
  • Class closes three days before first session and/or when at capacity

Rescheduling

  • $5 rescheduling fee per registrant
  • If  less than two days’ notice is given for reschedule, participants will have to pay the full fee to reschedule.
  • Participants who miss one part of a two-part class will not be awarded certification and must register for the next available class; fees may apply  

Late Arrivals

  • Class participants who are more than 20 minutes late will need to reschedule for the next available class and pay required fees

Additional Information

  • $5 fee is not for friends, only additional members of a household
  • Friends must pay $20 as another independent registrant

Location

Please see class confirmation on location of class

Cost

$20 For the first person

$5 dollars for the additional person

No refunds, and fee is non transferable.

Questions?
Call (616) 336-9333

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