Once again credit unions, their members, and staff are dealing with the impact of another round of devastating fires in both Southern and Northern California, the California and Nevada Credit Union League reports.
Nominations are now being accepted for eight open director positions on CUNA’s board of directors. Directors elected will take office upon the adjournment of CUNA's Annual General Meeting during the CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference.
Sixty-six HR professionals earned their Credit Union HR Compliance Professional designations this August at CUNA HR Compliance Certification School with CUDoctor. These individuals have shown outstanding dedication and understanding of the latest regulations.
The 2018 CUNA Cybersecurity eSchool with NASCUS will feature four live sessions from Nov. 11 through Dec. 18. It will also feature recorded content from the 2018 CUNA Cybersecurity Conference with NASCUS.
Eighty-five graduates of the 2018 CUNA Management School, held July 15-25 in Madison, Wis., earned their Certified Credit Union Executive (CCUE) designations. Awarded upon completion of all three years of the school, the designation signifies full knowledge of and preparedness for credit union leadership.
Dates are set for the 2019 CUNA Volunteer Conference in alliance with the Caribbean Confederation of Credit Unions (CCCU). From Jan. 13 to 16 in Montego Bay, Jamaica, attendees will become more informed about their role and potential impact as credit union board and supervisory committee members.
CUNA Creating Member Loyalty member credit unions made the list of credit unions recognized on Forbes’ The Best Banks And Credit Unions in Every State. Forbes partnered with market research firm, Statista, to survey and gauge member and customer satisfaction rates from more than 25,000 individuals.
The CUNA Enterprise Risk Management Certification School will be held Dec. 3-5 in Las Vegas. Attendees will learn the fundamentals of enterprise risk management and a comprehensive framework for identifying, assessing and responding to risk.
As the summer youth employment season comes to a close, the America Saves for Young Workers program has engaged almost 61,000 young people ages 16 to 22 in learning to set goals and save automatically through direct deposit. This is the largest number of young participants in the program’s history.