CUNA will be hosting credit union leaders for CUNA Management School this July 15-25 in Madison, Wis.
Attendees will continue the school’s more than 60 years of tradition by attending sessions led by University of Wisconsin School of Business professors, credit union professionals and respected industry experts.
The school uses The Stanford Financial Simulator, a renowned asset management simulator that assists attendees in understanding financial strategy, along with dozens of other topics to make attendees well-rounded and confident leaders at their credit unions.
Attendees who complete all requirements of instruction will receive the Certified Credit Union Executive (CCUE) designation. This designation is a symbol of professional credit union achievement, and new designees will join others who have showed their dedication to their credit unions and the greater credit union movement.
“This event is more than just a learning opportunity, it has a long legacy of creating confident credit union leaders in a wide range of areas and topics,” said Kristin Ryan, CUNA director of learning events. “The three-year program builds dynamic leaders and prepares them to handle many different management situations.”