Join ICBA for its financial literacy Twitter chat on Friday, September 5 at 2 p.m. (eastern). This chat will feature Joel Chrisler, consumer economics teacher at Sauk Prairie High School in Prairie du Sac, Wis. Joel and his saavy high school students will be joined by @BankofPdS, @NatlJumpStart, @PracticalMoney, @JA_USA and numerous community bankers from around the nation.
Follow #YouthFinLit to join in the conversation on Friday. For additional information, visit ICBA’s website.
April is Community Banking Month, and it’s a perfect time to talk all things community banking to celebrate. The focus of this Twitter chat will be: What’s Next in Community Banking. The topic will encompass emerging leaders, technology, innovation, marketing across generations, social media and more. A Twitter chat is a public forum where consumers, influencers and stakeholders alike can convene on Twitter and discuss a certain topic.
When: Monday, April 28 from 2 to 3 p.m. (eastern)
Chat Hashtag: #BankLocally
Join ICBA today at 2 p.m. for a Twitter chat focusing on best practices to help consumers accomplish their personal finance resolutions in 2014.
Guest tweeters will include Terry Jorde, former N.D. community banker and senior executive vice president and chief of staff at ICBA; the National Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy; Bankrate; Practical Money Skills for Life; America Saves, Wise Bread and award-winning, syndicated Washington Post columnist, Michelle Singletary.
Follow the conversation at #NewYearFinLit and ask your personal finance questions to the expert panel listed above!
Did you know that ICBA is hosting its first ever Twitter chat? On Tuesday, December 3 at 2 p.m. EST, as part of the Go Local for the Holidays campaign, this Twitter chat will feature community bankers and small businesses providing their viewpoints on why consumers should shop locally for the holiday season.
Want to follow along? Follow @ICBA and the #GoLocalHolidays to watch the conversation and even chime in with a few of your reasons on why people should Go Local for the Holidays with their spending!