Young Credit Union Professionals Have an Opportunity to Make a Difference in their Community at Upcoming Event
Credit union CEO perspectives and industry development opportunities are explored at local meetings.
Discuss the latest in industry trends, issues facing your credit union’s community, and network with other credit union leaders this spring and summer.
NWCUA Spring Council Meetings Kick off with New Video Conferencing Option; Risk Management Council Added to Lineup
Councils offer a deep dive into latest trends, opportunities to network with peers, and hear from experts.
Northwest Chapters Connect Credit Union Professionals with Growth, Collaboration, and Engagement Opportunities
The Willamette Chapter highlights board participation and plans community involvement; five other micro-communities share plans for the coming year.
Event raises over $700; generous participants donate 213 gift cards.
YCUP Seattle shares board election results.
Looking to move up in your credit union career or to help others thrive? Connect with a GWLN Sister Society near you.
NWCUA Council Meetings Drive Learning with New Practices, Updates, and Information on Critical Issues
November meetings include a rebranding case study for marketing and business development; pricing and portfolio management for commercial services; and sales and business development for HR and trainers.
Mt. Hood Chapter helped Portland nonprofit, SchoolHouse Supplies; Young Credit Union Professionals gave back to Doernbecher Children’s Hospital.
Credit union professionals networked, heard from several experts, and discussed training opportunities.
RSVP by Aug. 31 and find out about credit union careers throughout the Portland area.
NWCUA’s Recent Council Meetings saw High Engagement; Provided Professionals with Networking Opportunities
Councils took deep dives into success stories, trends, and NWCUA member resources.
Quick online courses focus on the history of credit unions, budgeting, advocacy, and more.
Hands-on activities, music, and community service kept DEs engaged and learning.