The National Asian American Coalition (NAAC), along with major Black and Latino church groups, will be hosting a Youth Financial Education and Energy Conservation Conference, with a special
emphasis on the role of non-profits, at the Jacobs Center in San Diego on January 29th from 9:00am to 5:30pm.
Approximately 150 eighth to twelfth grade low income Black and Latino students from San Diego, Orange and L.A. counties will be attending the first youth conference since the California Legislature unanimously enacted mandatory financial education for all public schools from seventh to twelfth grade (AB 166).
In addition, 100 non-profits from Southern California will be participating.
PLEASE CONFIRM YOUR ATTENDANCE BY JANUARY 22ND TO RURIKO SATO | firstname.lastname@example.org
Admission, including lunch, is free for non-profits that confirm by this date.
PANEL ON FINANCIAL ISSUES WITH EMPHASIS ON FINANCIAL EDUCATION
9:00am – 10:30am
PANEL ON ENERGY CONSERVATION, INCLUDING HOME ENERGY ISSUES
10:45am – 12:00pm
Two hundred and fifty youth and non-profits in attendance
12:00pm – 1:45pm
PANEL DISCUSSION ON ENERGY AND FINANCIAL ISSUES AND THE NEEDS OF NON-PROFITS IN A RAPIDLY CHANGING WORLD
2:00pm – 3:15pm
CORPORATE INDIVIDUAL ONE-ON-ONE MEETINGS WITH COMMUNITY GROUPS
Non-profits will meet privately with corporate sponsors (including leadership of corporate philanthropy) to discuss opportunities for non-profits and corporations to work together.
3:30pm – 5:30pm
SDG&E, Edison, Wells Fargo, Union Bank, East West Bank, First Republic, City National, Comerica, Pacific Western, Royal Business Bank, Promontory Capital
Christ Our Redeemer AME (COR Church), Cornerstone Church of San Diego, The Orange County Interdenominational Ecumenical Council, Jesse Miranda Center for Hispanic Leadership, The National Asian American Coalition