It’s never too late for new beginning in life! Let the team at Mid Central Community Action help you gain confidence at one of our workshops! Whether you have an upcoming job interview, need to form good financial habits, or want to learn tips to best prepare yourself prior to purchasing a house, Mid Central Community Action has you covered! Join us for an upcoming workshop and feel confident in your next steps in life!

Green - Next Step™ FOC® workshops
Blue -  Career Prep workshops
**Red - Home Buyer Workshops (Money Matters, Workign with a Lender, Working with a Realtor, and Community Involvement are a four part series that must be taken together)

 ALL WORKSHOPS ARE AVAILABLE BY RESERVATION ONLY.

June

Money Matters* - June 03, 2024 (5:30 PM – 7:00 PM)
Participants can expect to learn about opportunities available in their communities for neighborhood involvement, as well as what to expect at a closing.

 *Money Matters is often offered as a stand alone workshop but also functions as the first workshop in our Homeowner series.

Post Purchase Workshop - June 17, 2024 (5:30 PM - 7:00 PM)

Want a practical hands-on experience to help you and your community in the homeownership process? Would you like to learn tips in preparation to face a range of emergencies with homeownership? This quick and informative post purchase workshop is for anyone interested in homeownership and wanting further information.

July

Money Matters - July 1, 2024 (5:30 PM – 7:00 PM)
Participants can expect to discuss the importance of a monthly budget, as well as, how to create a budget based on income, debt, and expenses. Participants will also learn what credit is, why credit is important, how credit is built and re-built, and what makes up a credit score.

August

**Money Matters - August 5, 2024 (5:30 PM – 7:00 PM)
Participants can expect to discuss the importance of a monthly budget, as well as, how to create a budget based on income, debt, and expenses. Participants will also learn what credit is, why credit is important, how credit is built and re-built, and what makes up a credit score.

**Working with a Lender - August 12, 2024 (5:30 PM – 7:00 PM)
Participants can expect to learn the mortgage loan application process, lender terminology, and what documents to submit to a loan officer. They will also gain an understanding of how income, credit, and ratios qualify a person for a mortgage loan.

**Working with a Realtor - August 19, 2024 (5:30 PM – 7:00 PM)
Participants can expect to learn what a realtor’s responsibilities are when representing someone through the home buying process. They will also learn negotiation tools, the difference between a purchase agreement and a sales contract, as well as how to inform a realtor on what they are looking for in a property.

**Community Involvement - August 26, 2024 (5:30 PM – 7:00 PM)
Participants can expect to learn about opportunities available in their communities for neighborhood involvement, as well as what to expect at a closing.

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