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Community Ed. Finance Series
Community Education Finance and Financial Management –Maintaining Integrity and Viability
Presented by Bob Meyer, MCEA Executive Director & Lynn Jenc, Alexandria C.E. Director

Community education finance and financial management is becoming increasingly complex. Community Ed. Directors, Coordinators and Managers and Supervisors are coping with numerous challenges, including changes in funding formulas, continuous balancing of multiple revenue sources, generating new revenues and protecting existing revenues in Community ed..

Three separate financial management sessions are being offered with a follow up clinic for technical assistance concluding the last session. These workshops will include various materials, examples and useful tools and information.

Session 1: #101… Building the Base of a Budget

Understanding State laws and Statutes
Reading the budget print out

UFARS coding and reporting

State budget levy and aide statements and reports

Thursday, March 2, 2017
Location: St. Cloud, Best Western Kelly Inn
$65 (or $175 for the series)
9:30-1:30 (Lunch provided) 4 CEUs

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Session 2: #201… Managing Your CE Money

Participants will learn how to:
Create a program budget

Handle variations in expenses and revenues

What a district audit means for Com. ed.
Trouble-shoot financial issues

Thursday, April 20, 2017
Location:
St. Cloud, Best Western Kelly Inn
$65 (or $175 for the series)
9:30-1:30 (lunch provided) 4 CEUs

Register here

 

Session 3: #301…Financial Planning and Budget Strategies

Analyzing your state report
Analyzing trends and variances

Identifying areas of strength and areas of potential problems for planning purposes

Differentiation between direct and indirect expenses

Project income and monitoring budget performance

Tuesday, May 2, 2017
Location: 
St. Cloud, Best Western Kelly Inn
$65 (or $175 for the series)
9:30-1:30 (lunch provided)
4 CEUs
Register here


Time:
9:30 AM - 1:30 PM
 

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