Frequently Asked Questions About Springboard's Education Services

Do I have to be a client to attend one of your seminars?

Absolutely not. We do urge all of our clients to attend our seminars (or request the seminar materials be sent to them for self-study), and we also welcome anyone who is interested to attend. We need to track how many people we serve with our free educational offerings, so we pass around a sign-in sheet at the seminars. Other than that, you are not required to provide any other personal information or attend a counseling session in order to participate in any of our educational seminars. For the Get Checking seminar, you will also need a copy of your ChexSystems report and $60 in cash, money order or a cashier’s check.

Do you do seminars for groups?

We are available to present our seminars to companies or organizations. Depending upon your location, we can come to you and present our workshops on-site. Call us at 951.781.0114 ext. 7750 and ask about our Employee Assistance Programs, or send an email to education@credit.org.

Should I make reservations before attending a seminar?

Absolutely. If we have no reservations for a particular seminar, the event is likely to be canceled. That is why it’s crucial for anyone interested in attending one of our seminars to RSVP by calling 951.781.0114 extension 7750 or email education@credit.org and reserve a seat. (Those interested in attending our seminars in San Diego should make reservations by calling 1.800.449.9392 ext. 7891.)

What do you charge for your educational seminars?

Our seminars are offered free of charge to the general public. We even offer free downloads of some of our seminar materials for those who can’t attend one of our workshops in person.


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