NWCUA chapters have been working hard together this summer with events across Oregon and Washington to support the Credit Union Movement.
Networking Councils and Seminars plug you into the people and ideas shaping the Credit Union Movement here in the Northwest and beyond. Buy a Council Membership and register for a 2016 Seminar today.
In collaboration with the Idaho Credit Union League, the Northwest Credit Union Association implemented cloud-based video conferencing to expand its Networking Councils to seven locations across three states.
Northwest Credit Union Association and Idaho Credit Union League Erase State Lines in Favor of Professional Networking
Using cutting edge video conferencing technology, the two leagues will hold joint training and networking events across state lines.
Northwest credit union professionals share and learn latest ideas, best practices at NWCUA Networking Councils.
Winter and spring trainings are filling up fast for “one of the most transformative and unique credit union training events offered.”
Spots are still open for this fall’s Development Education training program. DE training ignites passion for credit unions and transforms careers. The NWCUF is accepting scholarship applications through June 11.
Through international advocacy and a worldwide exchange of information and ideas, the World Council of Credit Unions is working to provide affordable, reliable and accessible financial services to more than 200 million members of 56,000 credit unions in 101 countries.
A new pricing structure and improved video-conferencing capabilities will make it possible for more credit union professionals to attend the NWCUA’s Networking Councils in 2014. Membership packages are available now, and registration for Council sessions begins Jan. 27.
Breach Boot Camp: Learn How to Manage the Fallout from Cyber Attacks at Marketers’ Networking Council on Jan. 29
With more than 100 million credit and debit cards potentially compromised in the Target breach and new information about additional holiday cyber attacks still unfolding, credit unions are working fast and furiously to address the situation. Solutions can be found at “Breach Boot Camp,” the theme of the Jan. 29 Marketers’ Networking Council.
Lenders will learn about the impact of looming qualified mortgage rules on their loan originations, collectors will get an overview of the judicial foreclosure process and marketers will learn how to more effectively use their websites and social media in November, when the NWCUA convenes its next round of fall councils in Beaverton.
The Northwest Young Credit Union Professionals group is looking for two new board members. Since it was founded in 2007, YCUP has helped seed countless career opportunities and provided rich networking opportunities.
Registration is now open for the Credit Union Development Education (DE) training scheduled for the week of Sept. 4, 2013. Scholarships for the six-day total immersion experience are available through the Northwest Credit Union Foundation.
A partnership between the NWCUA and the Credit Union Executive Society will give Northwest credit unions increased access to high-level professional development resources and networking opportunities for their CEOs and executives.
Credit unions can save money by registering for Convention by Sept. 14. Discounts for early registration are available not only for the full three-day package, but for one-day passes, guest registration and small credit union sponsorship as well.
Registration is now open for the Northwest Credit Union Association (NWCUA) 2012 Networking Councils, affording credit union professionals the opportunity to learn cutting-edge techniques, discuss best practices and make new professional connections throughout the region.
The NWCUA Convention and Annual Business Meeting agenda is packed with over 30 workshops designed to improve credit unionâ€™s compliance, management of loan portfolios and volunteer boardsâ€™ understanding of complex regulations. Four nationally-known speakers will share insight to regulations, effective marketing, technology and grassroots lobbying. The national-level resources are offered at regional-level pricing.
The session, led by Tina K. Hall, will promote best practices and resource sharing. Register early now.