As the financial services landscape continues to evolve, these passionate credit union ambassadors are using their voices to help create a brighter future for credit unions.
YP Leads Contest
The 2022 YP Leads program is now accepting applications! This opportunity is open to NWCUA member credit union employees in Idaho, Oregon, or Washington who identify as young professionals.
This career-changing opportunity arms future credit union leaders with the tools, knowledge, and network to strengthen the Movement and make a tangible difference.
This year, nine YP Leads will receive complimentary registration* to this year’s MAXX Annual Convention, taking place Oct. 25-27, in Spokane, where they’ll connect with other passionate credit union professionals, hear from industry experts, assist with events, network with peers, and much more!APPLY NOW!
The deadline to submit an application is Tuesday, May 31. Individuals selected for the 2022 program will be announced on Tuesday, June 28.
*Travel and lodging costs will be the responsibility of the YP Leads’ credit unions.
YP LEADS WILL SERVE AS AMBASSADORS
Following MAXX 2022, this year’s YP Leads will serve as ambassadors for the Credit Union Movement over the following year by:
- Playing a pivotal role in building a growing network of engaged peers by participating in pre-, and post-MAXX conference calls and other opportunities to strengthen relationships and share ideas;
- Committing to serve as strong credit union advocates during a 2023 advocacy event or by championing local advocacy efforts within their organization; and
- Becoming involved with their local Young Professional Group, Credit Union Chapter, or the Young Professional Leads Legacy group.
HEAR FROM THE 2021 COHORT!
To learn more about the program and why you should apply, hear from the 2021 cohort!
Please reach out to Mark Gonzalez, Senior Manager of Member Engagement, with questions.
Funds were raised during the group’s “Credit Unions and Cocktails” virtual event, where attendees discussed the rising threat of burnout in the workplace.
The group’s first meeting on March 15 will include an advocacy presentation from Clarity Credit Union CFO, Nick Fugal. All are welcome to attend.