Sherpa Technologies and CULedger announced the integration of Sherpa’s identity and document verification-provided solution, ID-Pal, into CULedger’s MemberPass™, to enable the first KYC-backed digital credential that provides credit unions a solution to verify their members’ identities.
Columbia CU, Vancouver, Wash., announced at the end of 2020 it made a $15,000 grant donation to nonprofit Innovative Services NW’s Pediatric Therapy Clinic and $17,100 donation to three local veterans’ groups.
CUNA announced a new offering for credit unions to get the pulse of their credit union and elevate their overall culture. CUNA Culture Action Plan provides credit unions an unbiased and holistic view of their organizational culture.
The Boards of Directors of the Pennsylvania Credit Union Foundation and New Jersey Credit Union Foundation announced they have entered into an agreement to create a new foundation – the CrossState Credit Union Foundation.
CUNA announced a new option to earn the CUERME designation virtually. CUNA Enterprise Risk Management Certification eSchool will consist of seven sessions held on Mondays and Thursdays from February 1-22, except on Presidents Day (February 15).
The new CUNA Certified Credit Union Supervisory Committee Member eSchool provides a convenient and affordable way to learn credit union supervisory committee roles and responsibilities, and those who complete it will earn their Certified Credit Union Supervisory Committee designation.
Compliance personnel seeking to earn their Credit Union Compliance Expert (CUCE) designation can get the training they need January 26 through March 11, at CUNA Regulatory Compliance Certification eSchool: Introduction. The eSchool consists of 10 virtual two-hour class sessions.
Credit unions can learn more about the issue of human trafficking and how to spot the warning signs during a webinar hosted by NCUA and presented in partnership with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations unit.
American Heritage CU culminated its annual holiday season of giving with a variety of donations including canned goods, hot meals, toys, essentials, and monetary donations to organizations and not-for-profits within its community.
St. Cloud Financial Credit Union created and launched a community driven initiative to help those in need as well as local businesses this holiday season. Those partnerships include providing 2,700 meals to the staff of the COVID unit at St. Cloud Hospital.