NCCET Data Analytics - Executive Session

NCCET Data Analytics - Executive Session

A Virtual Membership Campaign Event

This is the second of three sessions in this Data Analytics Campaign. 

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Greetings From the President

A Message from the President

On behalf of the Board of Directors, our Regional Directors and Area Managers, we hope this message finds you healthy and eager with new anticipation.

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Recording Now Available! NCCET Data Analytics Forum

A Virtual Members Conference

Recording Now Available! Schools with Continuing Education programs are NCCET Members and welcome at no charge.  Click title to see program.

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Financial Literacy Curriculum Announcement From GDA

NCCET Certified Curriculum Announcement

FREE event on March 23rd at 1:00 PM EDT.  Over 60% of adults spend more than they earn each month, living in debt, paycheck to paycheck.  The reason is that no matter the income level, from $20,000 to hundreds of thousands of dollars per year, most people are untrained and unprepared for the financial decisions that everyone has to make as an adult.  Consider professional athletes who earn tens of millions only to find themselves penniless a couple of years after leaving pro sports.  No one is immune.  The good news is that the fundamentals of personal finance are easy to understand, learn, and deploy in everyday life.  These decisions include where to live, work, and play.  They include decisions on transportation, investment, credit, insurance, and taxes.  In NCCET's new personal finance course, DECISIONS/DECI$ION$, students will learn how to understand, make, and manage the decisions that will determine the quality of their lives.

 

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Recording Now Available! Financial Literacy Curriculum Announcement From GDA

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Recording now available! Over 60% of adults spend more than they earn each month, living in debt, paycheck to paycheck.  The reason is that no matter the income level, from $20,000 to hundreds of thousands of dollars per year, most people are untrained and unprepared for the financial decisions that everyone has to make as an adult.  Consider professional athletes who earn tens of millions only to find themselves penniless a couple of years after leaving pro sports.  No one is immune.  The good news is that the fundamentals of personal finance are easy to understand, learn, and deploy in everyday life.  These decisions include where to live, work, and play.  They include decisions on transportation, investment, credit, insurance, and taxes.  In NCCET's new personal finance course, DECISIONS/DECI$ION$, students will learn how to understand, make, and manage the decisions that will determine the quality of their lives.

 

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