Emerging Leaders Scholarship Winner Liz Henderson says that, in order to grow as a leader, you first need to become aware of your own strengths and weaknesses.
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and the National Credit Union Administration has released a reminder to credit unions about the importance of fighting cybercrime and protecting the online personal and financial information of their members.
Columbia Credit Union earned a 2012 CUNA Award for its commitment to “making life better.” In 2012, the credit union helped raise $2.9 million, contributed more than 1,250 volunteer hours and assisted 65 organizations in support of Clark County’s all-around recovery from the recession.
A group of Bend credit unions demonstrated the “People Helping People” philosophy this month, setting aside competition to collaborate for charity.
Credit unions are uniquely positioned to help prevent financial abuse, and communities around the world and throughout Oregon will work to raise awareness of elder abuse, neglect and exploitation on June 15 as part of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.
Last fall’s Bank Transfer Season resulted in increased membership and greater public awareness of credit unions, even among legislators, with many officials pushing to deposit public funds in credit unions as part of broader support for the movement.
Bank Transfer Day prompted unprecedented swells in new membership for credit unions. But what are credit unions doing now to engage these new members?
The Jump$tart Coalitions of Oregon and Washington have set their state Money$mart weeks for April 2-9 and April 23-30, respectively.