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CFP Board Registered Program Update

Oct 18, 2012

Dear Education Partners,

I hope this email finds you in the midst of a successful year of teaching and learning. I would like to invite you to attend a webinar related to CFP Board-Registered Program renewals for 2013, and request your assistance in helping CFP Board enhance the support we can provide to student recruitment and retention at your Registered Program.

Registered Program Fall 2012 Update Webinar

Join me for a webinar on Tuesday, November 13 at 2:00 PM EDT outlining changes to the Registered Program Annual Renewal process for 2013.

To register to join us, click the button above or visit: http://cfpboard.adobeconnect.com/rpfallupdate/event/registration.html

For those of you not able to attend the live webinar, a recorded version will be available approximately one week after the live presentation.


Student Recruitment and Retention

CFP Board is interested in assisting with student recruitment and retention in registered programs. Please consider providing us with the contact information of career center or marketing contacts at your college/university. This information will help CFP Board in sending resources for student recruitment directly to the individuals who can help further your program enrollment. The submission of this information is entirely voluntary.

If you choose to do so, please download and complete the form available at www.CFP.net/downloads/Career_Center-Marketing_Contact_Form.docx and send it to us at education@cfpboard.org.

Sincerely,

Dr. Charles R. Chaffin
Manager, Academic Programs
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