Financial security is the ability to meet future needs while keeping pace with day-to-day obligations. The Cooperative Extension National initiative Financial Security in Later Life seeks to a) help people improve personal finance behaviors leading to financial security in later life, b) enhance the capacity of local educators and their partners to deliver effective programs, and c) increase economic vitality and quality of life for families and communities. A satellite videoconference designed to increase the capacity of educators and community partners to deliver effective programs was held in December 2003. On-line evaluations indicate this capacity-building opportunity clearly met objectives.
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Pankow, D. L., Porter, N. M., & Schuchardt, J. (2006). Training Educators and Community Collaborators Using a Satellite Videoconference Format. The Journal of Extension, 44(1), Article 28. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol44/iss1/28