Understanding Your Credit, January 8, 12pm-3pm

How’s Your Credit?

Your credit matters. Whether you need financing when you launch your business or you hope to expand it in the future, chances are that you will need to have a good credit score. If you’re not sure what your score is that’s a good sign that you should check and we can help.

The sooner you know the better. Better credit doesn’t happen over night, so checking early gives you the ability to build credit while you are developing your business.

About this seminar

Understand Your Credit is a great opportunity to get a better understanding of what your credit score means. We will run your credit report from two of the three credit bureaus and walk you thru the different components of the report. With your report in hand you can identify what is good and what could be improved. At the end of this seminar you will understand what affects your credit, why it matters, and how you can get the score you want.

Building your credit takes time so participants will be allowed to request a free second credit report one year after completing the seminar so they can see their hard work pay off.

 


About Your Presenter

Landra Glover has been working in financial empowerment since 2011, when she began serving as a financial education trainer and coach at Innovative Changes, a local non-profit community development financial institution. A lead facilitator of their four-part financial education series for three years, she has taught classes on everything from understanding one’s first paycheck to teaching kids about money. Landra holds a Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership and Management from Warner Pacific College, and has a deep well of skills, knowledge, and experience in financial capabilities. She understands the power of helping someone learn to change their financial behavior, make decisions to implement those changes, and have access to the right products and services to act upon those decisions. A native of Illinois, she was raised in Oregon. In 2013, she beat out hundreds of applicants to be crowned Parent of the Year by the National Head Start Association. She loves cookies, fashion, music, dancing, books, and traveling.

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*We are thrilled to be able to offer people of color scholarships to any training activity. Eligible clients need to have a home or business address within the city of Portland. Our goal is to make business education accessible to everyone in our community. Link to Online Application.

PLEASE DO NOT REGISTER FOR A TRAINING ACTIVITY IF YOU PLAN ON APPLYING FOR A SCHOLARSHIP – wait until your scholarship application has been approved or denied and then proceed with registration. You will be contacted via phone or email by  Mercy Corps Northwest  after we receive your application. Questions? Email training.mcnw@mercycorps.org

REFUND POLICY: Refunds are available up to one week prior to the start of the class. If you are unable to continue attending class we do our best to accommodate your situation. Registration is not complete without payment


Event Details

Cost:
$25
Date & Time:

$25.00

Mercy Corps Northwest | 43 Southwest Naito Parkway, Portland, OR, USA
Location:
43 Southwest Naito Parkway, Portland, OR, USA

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