Training and Webinars

2022 Training and Webinars

A comprehensive slate of webinars, workshops and public policy opportunities with experts in the field.

The 2022 event lineup includes:
-NALCAB Webinar Series
-Community Development Workshops
-Summer in the States: Public Policy Advocacy
-NALCAB National Conference: Juntos Adelante/Moving Forward Together

CLICK HERE for 2021 session recordings


NALCAB Webinar‌ ‌Series‌

Registration: Open to Members and Non-Members

New Opportunities 2022: Federal Funding, Advocacy & Timely Congressional Updates

January 27, 2022 | 2:00PM ET

In this webinar, we discuss federal funding and advocacy opportunities for 2022, and give you an outlook on the second session of the 117th Congress.

Introduction to Impact Investors

March 1, 2022 | 2:00PM ET

NALCAB will join Mission Investors Exchange (MIE) in this webinar to showcase how Latino-focused financial and asset building institutions are using catalytic investment to drive market capital and resources to Latino borrowers and communities across the US. We’ll spotlight the examples of our work in this area along with that of several NALCAB and MIE members, to demonstrate how institutions define catalytic capital, how they develop and execute their catalytic investment strategies, and strategies for measuring and tracking impact.

Opportunities to Advance the Economic Mobility of Latinos in the Federal Budget

April 21, 2022 | 2:00PM CT

With the release of the Biden administration’s budget, this is a crucial time for advocacy as the appropriations committees hear from government agencies and determine funding bills. The NALCAB policy team will provide an overview of pending legislation and guidance on advocating for funds and programs needed in our communities.

Best Practices in Applying for SBA Intermediary Microlender Designation and CDFI Certification

May 5, 2022 | 2:00PM CT

Becoming a designated Small Business Administration (SBA) microloan intermediary lender or US Treasury-Certified CDFI can substantially expand your organization’s lending programs. Join us to learn from community development expert, Jeanne Shaw, about eligibility requirements, specifications and tips for a successful application.

The Age of Eviction: Protecting & Preserving Residents in Post-COVID America

June 30, 2022 | 2:00PM CT

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced all levels of community stakeholders — from community-based organizations to landlords — to develop alternative approaches for responding to missed rent and utility payments, and help families avoid eviction proceedings. In this webinar, we will showcase innovative programs and case studies that offer solutions for residents facing eviction due to the pandemic.

Made possible with support from the JPMorgan Chase Foundation.

Innovative Solutions for Lending & Accessing Capital

July 7, 2022 | 2:00PM CT

Online financial inclusion and innovative lending solutions have become essential for financially vulnerable households during the COVID-19 pandemic. This webinar will explore innovative ways to access lending and capital. You’ll hear valuable input from developers directly and walk away with insights that you can apply to your own programs.

Made possible with support from TD Charitable Foundation.

FinTech: Revolutionizing Financial Services

October 20, 2022 | 2:00PM CT

Fintech has the potential to reshape the delivery of critical financial services for low-income communities, addressing needs such as building and maintaining a budget, increasing savings and building credit. Join us for an engaging discussion with nonprofits that have successfully integrated Fintech to better serve Latino and immigrant communities. You’ll learn valuable insights and tips to apply to your own programs.

Made possible with support from Capital One.

Community Development Workshops

Members-only training. Check on your membership status or learn more about becoming a NALCAB member by contacting

Addressing 2021 Tax Time Challenges

March 17, 2022 | 1:00PM CT

Tax season is upon us and many are dealing with uncertainties around Child Tax Credit, Stimulus Checks, Earned Income Tax Credit and the impacts of COVID 19. Join us to learn about tax law updates, technology tools and partnership strategies to prepare for tax filing challenges from IRS Taxpayer Advocate Lorena Merchan and NALCAB member Branches Inc.*Members only.

Sponsored by Wells Fargo with support from TD Charitable Foundation.

Using Data & Mapping Tools to Advance Equitable Neighborhood Development

April 19, 2022 | 1:00PM CT

Many of our neighborhoods are rapidly changing to accommodate population growth driven by multiple factors. NALCAB utilizes a community-centered methodology to identify and analyze shifts in housing, investments and demographics within neighborhoods. In this workshop, our Equitable Neighborhood Development (END) team will guide you through the usage of analysis tools that can be implemented in your own community to forecast neighborhood change. *Members only.

Made possible with support from the JPMorgan Chase Foundation.

Fostering Mental Health & Self-Care in the Nonprofit World

May 19, 2022 | 1:00PM CT

As nonprofit workers driving change in our communities, it is important that we recognize the challenges, life stressors and social inequalities that are impacting our everyday lives — both inside and outside of the office. This interactive workshop will equip you with tools and strategies focused on self-care and positive mental health. *Members only.

Community Development in the Virtual Era: Best Practices for Providing Online Technical Assistance

June 16, 2022 | 1:00PM CT

The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated an overwhelming need in our industry to improve online services and tools. Experts in the field will share their techniques and advice for meeting client needs and communicating effectively in an virtual environment. *Members only.

Do It With Data: Shaping and Sharing Your Stories

August 4, 2022 | 1:00PM CT

An integral element of equitable neighborhood development is collecting and measuring data to accurately identify trends in our communities, and influence strategies. In this workshop, we’ll share the tools and types of data that can be used for analysis to shape policy changes that benefit the most vulnerable communities. *Members only.

Made possible with support from the JPMorgan Chase Foundation.

Strategies for Successful Rural Community Development

November 17, 2022 | 1:00PM CT

Rural areas experience unique community development challenges and opportunities. Join us to learn about strategies and best practices to address these challenges gleaned from NALCAB’s Rural Capacity Building Program, which has led to approximately $30 million in federal and non-federal support to rural communities since 2013. We’ll highlight how to increase organizational capacity, support small business and rural housing development strategies. *Members only.

NALCAB’s RCB program is supported by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development-Office of Community Planning and Development.

Summer in the States

Members-only training. Check on your membership status or learn more about becoming a NALCAB member by contacting

Summer in the States: At-Home Advocacy During the Summer Congressional District Recess

July 28, 2022 | 2:00PM CT

NALCAB’s annual Public Policy advocacy event.  Connect with policymakers and promote federal funding priorities for community and economic development programs as legislators gear up to pass the annual federal budget upon their return to Washington from Summer recess. *Members only.

NALCAB National Conference & Public Policy Summit: Juntos Adelante/ Moving Forward Together

September 7-9, 2022 | Conrad Hotel Washington DC
Registration: Opening Soon

NALCAB’s national conference is the place to learn, connect and explore opportunities for Latino economic advancement, social justice and best practices in community economic development.  The comprehensive 3-day event will feature a Public Policy Summit, hands-on interactive workshops and sessions focused on nonprofit management.

    Contact Us

    Please fill out this short form to inquire about special initiatives, NALCAB programs and services, potential collaborations, funding opportunities and more.