The general sessions at the Washington Credit Union League Convention and Annual Business Meeting set the pace and tone for attendeesâ€™ daily activities and then help those attendees regroup at the end of the day.
We all know that cell phones have become a major part of our lives. What you may not know is the Telephone Consumer Protection Act restricts the use of automated dialer systems to contact members on their cellular phones.
Donâ€™t miss the opportunity to apply for a 2010 Professional Development Scholarship through the Foundation program. The deadline for application has now been extended to Dec. 1.
Social media users who follow the Washington Credit Union Leagueâ€™s Twitter feed @waleague have an opportunity to win a free, full registration to the 2010 Washington Credit Union League Convention, Sept. 14-17 in SeaTac.
Ninety-six exhibitors and a variety of fun events are waiting for participants in the 2010 Washington Credit Union Leagueâ€™s Convention and Annual Business Meeting Sept. 14-16 in SeaTac.
In our world of distractions, keeping our eyes on the people we serve can be more difficult than weâ€™d like. We sometimes find ourselves asking questions that skip over the people weâ€™re trying to affect altogether.
Despite the remaining confusion in the marketplace about the implications of new regulations, you know that your members expect you to provide the services they need.
The creation of a new charter for a Vashon Island credit union may have gone as far as it will go after organizers recommend utilizing an existing credit union instead.
In the absence of challengers for the 2010 elections, four directors retained their seats on the Washington Credit Union League (WCUL) Board after that body accepted the slate of candidates presented by the Nominating Committee.
The deadlines are nearing for credit union professionals and volunteers to enter state-level awards programs for marketing and communications and service to the movement, including Summit, CUNA and the Spectrum Marketing & Communications Awards.
The stateâ€™s credit union chapter presidents and boards should begin preparing to submit their applications to the Washington Credit Union League Chapter Excellence Program to be considered for the 2010 Chapter of the Year.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2010 Capitol Advocacy Award to recognize credit unions that have been leaders and participants in legislative and regulatory grassroots advocacy over the past year.