Articles in the S.E.C. Education Foundation Category
Posted in S.E.C. Education Foundation, Spring 2013 on Spring 2013
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The S.E.C. Education Foundation is off to a great start in 2013! Three courses were approved at our board meeting in Wichita, Kansas…
Posted in S.E.C. Education Foundation, Winter 2012 on Winter 2012
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The S.E.C. Education Foundation has continued its outreach program to assist regional groups by sending educators and moderators to various regions in North America. Two S.E.C. members, Ted Blank and Lance Warner, are traveling to Albuquerque, New Mexico for the education and marketing session on December 10th and 11th. Ted will teach a counseling course, and Lance will assist with the moderating and marketing book preparation.
Posted in S.E.C. Education Foundation, Summer 2012 on Summer 2012
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The S.E.C. Education Foundation website has been upgraded and improved, and we hope this will make it easier for you to apply for course and/or moderator support, as well as make donations or pay for auction items.
Posted in S.E.C. Education Foundation, Spring 2012 on Spring 2012
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I was honored to be asked to be the head moderator for the Wichita, KS CCIM Chapter marketing meeting on April 18. It is always a pleasure to go to Wichita anyway, but when Rod Stewart asks you to do something, it is just hard to say no. When President Leo Goseland called to make certain that I knew he was also a part of this request, it was over. There was just no way to turn those two down. So, several Texans put together a road trip and off we went.
Posted in S.E.C. Education Foundation, Winter 2011 on Winter 2011
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Wes Dingler and Brandon Sanders recently ran the Ohio Creative Real Estate Association (ORCEA) in Columbus, Ohio. This effort was supported in part by your S.E.C. Education Foundation in an effort to bring our style of marketing and the formulas we use to regional marketing groups. Both Dingler and Sanders moderated many packages and did an excellent job running the meeting.
Posted in Fall 2011, S.E.C. Education Foundation on Autumn 2011
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The S.E.C. Education Foundation is pleased to report that next month, on November 14th, Ted Blank will present “Tough Questions in Tough Times = Closed Transactions” at the National Association of REALTORS® Conference in Anaheim. The course is approved for four hours of continuing education credit in California.
Posted in S.E.C. Education Foundation, Summer 2011 on Summer 2011
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As I pen this short article, I am struck by the dynamics of change that are having such profound impacts all around us. At the forefront of today’s news is President Obama’s announcement that he and our congressional leaders have reached a consensus for raising the federal debt limit, and the news media are speculating about whether they can get enough of the rank-and-file members of Congress lined up to pass the legislation.
Posted in S.E.C. Education Foundation, Spring 2011 on Spring 2011
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The Education Foundation’s new Board is in place, up and running, with renewed enthusiasm for the opportunities 2011 offers to deliver S.E.C.-based education and roll out new fund raising events for the Farley Fund.
Posted in December 2010, S.E.C. Education Foundation on Winter 2010
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We are looking forward to a productive and exciting year that will start off with the “Day with the Masters II” program January 23 & 24, 2011, in Las Vegas, Nevada. The S.E.C. Education Foundation is pleased to present some of the Society’s most prominent instructors. This is a program you definitely don’t want to miss. Registration information and more details can be found in the Upcoming Events section of this issue of the Observer.
Posted in Fall 2010, S.E.C. Education Foundation on Summer 2010
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The uncertainty of the current economy creates significant pressure on the charitable resources of The Education Foundation’s Farley fund to provide timely and effective help for those in need of assistance. While financial assistance is certainly important, and greatly appreciated, there are many other things we can do; not the least of which is to do what we have been trained to do — seek to provide compassionate, effective, and timely counsel.