Passionate professionals say the Movement’s “People Helping People” philosophy drives them forward.
Members of more than seven credit union Chapters convened virtually to share highlights from 2020, discuss upcoming events, and stay updated on current trends.
The gathering brings together credit union people across the region on Feb. 10, for valuable personal and professional development.
The event will bring together top credit union advocates and provide key federal and Oregon state advocacy updates.
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.
The three-part event series brought together LGBTQ+ advocates from across the Northwest as they championed diversity, equity, and inclusion for all.
The PRIDE: Walk, Learn, Listen event will focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion, and raise money for Portland’s Q Center.
Ten food banks across the region will each receive $500 to help families in need.
Embracing the cooperative spirit of the Credit Union Movement, two credit union Chapters lend a helping hand to those in need amid COVID-19.
Registration for the event ends March 15 – sign up today!
The convention provided learning, engagement, and networking opportunities that will help further the credit union professionals’ careers.
The Chapter hosted numerous events, excelling in all four pillars – Leadership, Education, Advocacy, and Philosophy-in-Action.
Leaders of Credit Union Chapters and Young Professional Groups came together for a morning of collaboration, idea generation, and discussion.
Hops for Hope raised $11,000 for children in need of lifesaving medical care.