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TFCU and Cablevision's Power To Learn to Host Financial Education Training Program for Educators

Written by William Corbett  |  02. March 2011

Farmingville, N.Y., March 2, 2011 - Teachers Federal Credit Union, Long Island's largest credit union, and Cablevision's Power To Learn are recognizing April as National Financial Literacy Month by sponsoring a one-day Financial Education Training seminar on Friday, April 8, 2011, at Cablevision headquarters, 1111 Stewart Avenue in Bethpage. This program will be the largest of its kind ever offered on Long Island. The National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE) seminar is open to teachers, administrators and other professionals who provide financial literacy education for high school students. The presenters will be Susan Gubing, a respected educator, consultant and the author of Games 2 Careers, and Attorney Joseph Maniscalco of the CARE Program (Credit Abuse Resistance Education). The seminar will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. "TFCU and Cablevision are proud to sponsor this important training program, which will provide the latest resources and methods of instruction for teachers, administrators and other professionals involved in financial literacy education. This program will give educators the tools and information they need to prepare a new generation of teenagers for the future, when the students are independent, employed adults. At TFCU we want high school students to have the knowledge that will help them make wise financial decisions. TFCU financial literacy programs, held in communities where our branches are located, have been very well received," said Robert G. Allen, President/CEO of TFCU. "Cablevision recognizes the importance of financial literacy education for students in all grades, and is pleased to be working with TFCU to offer NEFE training for instructors that will enable them to be effective in educating Long Island students about money management. This program is part of our ongoing commitment to enhance education here on Long Island through our signature education initiative, Power To Learn," said Trent Anderson, Cablevision's Vice President of Education. Business, economics, math, social studies, family/consumer sciences and special education teachers and administrators will not want to miss this free seminar. New York State teachers can earn six continuing education credits. Please contact Jennifer Gunn via e-mail at jenniferg@teachersfcu.org or visit www.teachersfcu.org to register for the NEFE workshop. For more information about Teachers Federal Credit Union products and services, please visit www.teachersfcu.org or call (631) 698-7000. -END- About TFCU: Teachers Federal Credit Union (TFCU), Long Island's largest credit union, is a full-service, not-for-profit financial institution. TFCU was founded on Long Island in 1952 and now has over $4 billion in total assets, serves more than 212,000 members and has 22 full-service branches throughout Suffolk County including: Amityville, Bay Shore, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Central Islip, Commack, East Northport, Entenmann's, Farmingville, Holbrook, Huntington, Nesconset, North Babylon, Oakdale, Port Jefferson Station, Riverhead, Rocky Point, Selden, Shirley, Smithtown, South Setauket, and Stony Brook University (2). Members also have access to services at more than 4,100 shared service centers located across the country. TFCU offers financial services to all people and businesses located in Nassau and Suffolk counties (excluding the townships of Southampton, East Hampton and Shelter Island). More information is available about TFCU by visiting www.teachersfcu.org or by calling (631) 698-7000. Bill Corbett, Jr. (516) 775-0435 ext. 1 wjcorbett@corbettpr.com Rosemary A. Nicholls Senior Vice President, Marketing/R&D (631) 698-7000 ext 3695 ran@teachersfcu.org

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