Registration Information

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Registration Information

 

Registration Information

The Fundamentals of the Opportunity Finance Industry course is a 3-day program designed for practitioners who are interested in expanding their knowledge of the basics of the opportunity finance industry which provides financing and financial services to low-income, low-wealth, and other disinvested communities.  The course will feature guest speakers, group discussions and exercises, case studies, and a site visit to a local, award-winning CDFI.

Tuition for the 3-day course is $975 and includes all course materials and daily lunches.  

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Due to an overwhelming response, all seats in the certificate course have been filled.  If you would like to be notified in the event that space opens up, please email Robin Husslage with your request to be placed on the waitlist.  Thank you.

Registration refund policies are as follows:

  • Full Refunds are provided for cancellations received in writing on or before February 14, 2017
  •   (less $200 non-refundable deposit).
  • 50% Refunds are provided for cancellations received in writing on or before February 28, 2017.
  • No Refunds for cancellations received after February 28, 2017.

Scholarships

All scholarships have been awarded and applicants have been notified.  We are pleased to share that we were able to offer scholarships to nearly twenty applicants, thanks to the generosity of our sponsors.


Contact 

Image of Robin HusslageCarsey School of Public Policy:
Robin Husslage
robin.husslage@unh.edu
603.862.2338

 

 

Image of Beth LipsonOpportunity Finance Network:
Beth Lipson
blipson@ofn.org
215.320.4315

 

 

 

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"I learned that I am part of a larger community of like-minded individuals - the knowledge sharing was fantastic!"  M. Shilling

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The Fundamentals of the Opportunity Finance Industry program  is jointly offered by the Carsey School of Public Policy at the University of New Hampshire and Opportunity Finance Network.