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Additional information and other presentation materials
can augment your CARE Program presentation.

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Need More Information?

Additional information about the CARE Program and credit abuse can help you make a more informative and successful CARE Program presentation. You can supplement your knowledge about credit-abuse education and the CARE Program by visit Judge Ninfo's CARE Program Web site.

Tips for Getting Started

You might find this five-page document particularly useful: Tips on Bringing CARE to Your Community. It outlines the process for making a CARE presentation in a local neighborhood school.

On the CARE Program Web site
under the Topics heading along the far left side,
click on Starting a Program.

On the page that appears, click on
September 2004 Tips on Bringing CARE to your Community.

CARE Student Outreach Program Synopsis

On this site, you'll find a one-page synopsis that describes the CARE Program. This synopsis, titled CARE Student Outreach Program Synopsis, also can serve as an explanatory attachment to a solicitation letter addressed to high school and college administrators, teachers, and guidance counselors.

Next Step magazine

Judge Ninfo also has written several articles on behalf of the CARE Program that have been published in Next Step magazine.Next Step and the CARE Program have formed a partnership to help students become more financially literate so that they will have the tools and knowledge to avoid overspending and abusing the consumer credit that is far too easy to obtain. Next Step magazine's focus is preparation for college, and it is distributed in 18,000 high schools in 31 states and in Canada.

View Judge Ninfo's articles from Next Step magazine by clicking here.

On the CARE Program Web site
under the Topics heading along the far left side,
click on Next Step Magazine.

Need an Anecdote or an Example?

On the CARE Program Web site, you'll find a page titled Can You Believe It? On this page, Judge Ninfo and his CARE staff provide a list of anecdotes, examples, and facts regarding consumer credit. Some of the material found here can be useful as illustrations or examples for informing students of trends regarding credit cards and their usage.

On the CARE Program Web site
under the Topics heading along the far left side,
click on Can You Believe It?

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Additional Presentation Materials

Presentation materials other than those provided by U.S. Bankruptcy Court - Southern District of California are available on the CARE Program Web site. They consist of videos, overheads, illustrations, and graphics.You may wish to augment your CARE PowerPoint presentation by enlarging and displaying one of these graphics or by showing one of the videos.

Note:
Presenters themselves are responsible
for reproducing and/or enlarging their own transparencies or charts
from the CARE Program Web site
.

On the CARE Program Web site
under the Topics heading along the far left side,
click on Presentation Materials.

On the Presentation Materials page,
see the heading labeled Overheads for a list of illustrations
that can be downloaded and used.

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    Judge Ninfo's CARE Program

John Ninfo, Chief Judge of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of New York and founder of the CARE Program, created the original CARE Program Web site.

Navigating the Site

To understand the contents and navigation of Judge Ninfo's CARE Program Web site, it's helpful to take a few moments to see how this CARE site is set up.

A page on the site specifically details the site contents. Click on this hyperlink for an overview of the site.

 

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