The new technology maintains the high level of personal member service the credit union is known for while adding the convenience of an ATM, and allows branch staff to focus on spending more personal time with members to help them with more complex goals and challenges.
Peninsula Credit Union names new VP of member engagement and OnPoint Community Credit Union veteran becomes branch manager.
The credit union shared branching network is now third in the nation in number of branches.
STCU announces new branch; Clackamas Federal gives $50k to community college; Rivermark catalyzes library effort; TAPCO supports Apple-A-Day; Lower Valley gives big.
Global gives big for March of Dimes; St. Helens Community opens Rainier student branch; and Point West throws a $6,000 strike.
The rally to create and open a cutting edge member resource center was recognized by CUNA’s council on human resources and organizational development.
The LEED-certified facility will accommodate the credit union’s 30-year growth plan, accommodating over 200 staff at capacity.
Derek Reeser of Rogue Credit Union says that working at his high school’s student branch changed his life, and his career trajectory.
As a senior in high school, Adriana Alexander accidentally enrolled in a financial services class. Once she started interning for iQ Credit Union, her life was never the same.
Valley wins Business of the Year; Consolidated Community opens new branch; Wauna surpasses 20,000 members; Northwest Community honored by Oregon Black Education Foundation.
Bryan Shorten lost his custom tile business and his impeccable credit history to the recession. His credit union helped him rebuild both.
Company sets new record in 2014 for transactions processed, hitting 276 transactions per second in December.
Horizon Credit Union and United Health Services Credit Union agree to merge; STCU raises nearly $75k for Credit Unions for Kids; Peninsula Credit Union donates over $9k for children’s hospitals; OnPoint Community Credit Union announces Stadium Branch grand opening.
iQ Credit Union “Mustache” You to Shop Local; USAgencies Credit Union Rallies Tons of Toys for the Holidays; NW Priority Credit Union Raises Sleighful of Toys; St. Helens Community Credit Union Cuts Ribbon on New Branch.
Video tellers, a technology bar, and an 11-foot digital wall are helping Rivermark Community Credit Union increase efficiency and offer extended hours.
Gesa will take over Central Washington Federal’s branch, which will be Gesa’s first in Yakima Valley.
Solarity hires two new VPs; STCU unleashes superheroes; and Harborstone hosts Member Appreciation Day.
NW Priority Raises $10k for muscular dystrophy, Lower Valley opens new headquarters, and Maps awards $1,000 for affordable childcare contest.