Northwest Credit Union YPs — Advance Your Professional Development with CU Learning TRAXX

Apply for a chance to attend one free CU Learning TRAXX session this October and gain access to an exclusive networking event — applications are due Sept. 25.

9/15/2020

CU Learning TRAXX YPsThe Northwest Credit Union Association has partnered with Western Governors’ University and Farleigh Wada Witt to give 18 Young Professionals the opportunity to attend one free CU Learning TRAXX session of their choice. The program is open to any Northwest credit union staff member who identifies as a Young Professional. YPs selected can choose between a live session in October, or engage with any of the previously recorded sessions available on-demand.

YPs interested in participating must submit their applications by Sept. 25. Selectees will be announced soon after. In addition to one free CU Learning TRAXX session, those selected will gain exclusive access to a networking event, where they’ll connect with Young Professional Networking Group leaders and learn more about how they can further their involvement in the Movement.

“If 2020 has shown us anything, it’s that we need to stay on our toes!” said Carmen Vigil, AVP, Member Engagement at NWCUA. “We are thrilled to offer 18 Young Professionals the opportunity to further their development and continue to grow their professional network in the virtual setting.”

CU Learning TRAXX is the new digital learning program created by the Northwest Credit Union Association. Seven learning tracks, with six sessions in each track, dive into what credit unions need to know now. Every 60- to 90-minute session features expert speakers who explore topics critical to Northwest credit unions’ operations, including member experience; economic forecasting; innovation; organizational culture; and diversity, equity, and inclusion. All live sessions are available for on-demand streaming on the program’s platform.

Don’t miss this chance to engage with the Credit Union Movement, network with your peers in the Northwest, and learn more about your local credit union Micro-Community!

For questions about this program, please contact Carmen Vigil.