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.
As the credit union movement continues to embrace diversity, equity, and inclusion, credit unions have taken a hard look at ways to serve traditionally underserved communities, work that's paying off among Latinx communities across the country.
The World Council of Credit Unions will celebrate International Credit Union Day’s 71st anniversary on Oct. 17 with a daylong social media promotion of ICU Day activities and events spanning multiple continents.
CUNA-affiliated CEOs and senior executives should check their email inbox to ensure they’ve received CUNA’s annual membership survey to help ensure CUNA has an accurate picture of member credit unions and how to effectively continue to meet their needs.
The National Credit Union Foundation’s Board of Directors has approved three new Biz Kid$ Business Plan Competition Grants for 2019, totaling $25,000, allowing credit union organizations to use Biz Kid$ to provide economic and entrepreneurship education.
CUNA’s Recruitment Committee is actively recruiting candidates for two open Board seats. The committee was approved by the Board in March to recruit candidates for Board seats in which incumbents are not seeking re-election.
CUNA has announced the completion of beta testing a new, comprehensive compliance solution for credit unions that will leverage technology and include features identified by credit unions as fundamental to reducing the compliance burden.
NCUA has extended the deadline for federally insured, low-income credit unions that want to become certified CDFIs to apply for qualification to use the agency’s streamlined CDFI certification process. The deadline is now Nov. 30.