When a growth mindset takes root, the results can be amazing, Executive Director of CU Awareness Chris Lorence wrote Friday in Credit Union Times. Lorence says that mindset has led to the growth of the Open Your Eyes to a Credit Union® campaign.
Legislators across the Northwest are well educated about the credit union difference thanks to the robust army of advocates who joined the Northwest Credit Union Association for Credit Union Day at the Capitol events in the past three weeks.
Opal Ellyse Tomashevska of CUNA Mutual Group lives by the saying “we are blessed to be a blessing to others.” She remembers people throughout her life that were good to her "for no reason at all," and looks to do the same for the next person.
With CUNA GAC, the credit union system’s premier advocacy event, mere weeks away, attendees are getting prepared. CUNA’s social media accounts asked the question: “What’s in your GAC Survival Kit?” and got some helpful answers from GAC veterans.
Premier FCU will use a $565,000 grant from the Treasury's CDFI Fund to launch of a new branch and to support the deployment of $7.2 million of new loans to residents in the county over the next three years.
Minnesota credit unions released Tuesday the results of a survey of over 750 Minnesotans following year one of the Open Your Eyes to a Credit Union® campaign. The 2019 plan moved the needle with nearly 200 million ad impressions.
The new CUNA Cannabis & Hemp Financial Services eSchool is available now through June 1, designed to inform credit union staff on the current state of the cannabis and hemp industries and provide guidance for business services in these industries.
Travis Credit Union held the 14th annual Financial Education Forum at Diablo Valley College, providing youth who have experienced financial barriers to post-secondary education with information on financial aid.
NCUA Board Member Todd Harper visited credit unions in Raleigh, N.C. Thursday in which participants shared information about their credit unions and stories about how they address the unique needs of their members, sometimes in creative ways.
Redwood Credit Union is proud to announce its celebration of 70 years of service to members. Originally formed by seven County of Sonoma employees, it now has 19 locations throughout the North Bay and San Francisco.
NCUA provided an update on its modernization efforts in a letter to credit unions, including making NCUA Connect available to all credit unions and state regulators this year and releasing the MERIT exam platform in the second half of 2020.