September 28, 2022 - 12:00 PM
Are you a mission-based microlender looking for additional resources to deploy more loans and increase your impact?
If you answered yes, this course is for you!
Please join CAMEO on September 28th to learn about the benefits of becoming an intermediary lender in the SBA Microloan Program. We’ll share what you need to know about the application process to the SBA, lending capital loans, and technical assistance (TA) grants.
This new course being offered from CAMEO’s CDFI Incubator will be presented by Stacy Zielinski. Stacy has been active in the microfinance industry for nearly a decade. She has worked for several CDFI’s as Senior Technical Assistance Provider and Loan Officer. Her experience ranges from business plan development and review to underwriting and business development. She has also supervised/managed a TA staff team and led the organization of The SBA Community Advantage Lending program.
The class will be held virtually via zoom on Wednesday, September 28, 2022, 12pm to 1:30pm PST.
Questions regarding the course content? Please contact Emily Gasner, VP Strategic Initiatives and CDFI Incubator Director at egasner@CAMEOnetwork.org. For all other membership and ticket questions, please email Liza Rivera at lrivera@CAMEOnetwork.org.
- General admission for non-CAMEO members is $75.
- Admission for CAMEO members is $50.
- Your organization must be current on their CAMEO membership dues to qualify for the promo code. Learn more about CAMEO membership benefits.
- Please email Liza Rivera at lrivera@CAMEOnetwork.org for membership status, promo code for CAMEO members, and/or if you would like to inquire about a scholarship for financial hardship.
- You will pay by PayPal which has an option to pay by a credit card.
- Once you purchase your ticket, a calendar invite with the zoom link will be sent to you. Please be on the lookout.
Please register in advance. We look forward to seeing you there!
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