The Oregon and Southwest Washington Chapter of Junior Achievement is seeking volunteers in Gresham, Portland and Beaverton, OR.
The nonprofit has been serving Oregon and Southwest Washington for 64 years, partnering with schools and businesses to provide business, economics and life-skills programming for youth.
The annual “Fill the Canoe” supply drive surpassed a record number of donations.
Each year the number of applications grow and the scholarship candidates become more diverse in their attributes and career goals.
The scholarship program was created in the memory of Wally C. Ohlfs, the founding manager of Red Canoe Credit Union.
$7,500 awarded to five high school seniors.
Surprise donation supported projects and classroom supplies through DonorsChoose.org.
The 2016 awards bring the amount that the Foundation has given away in scholarships to more than $110,000 since 2005.
NWCUF partner JA Finance Park is hosting upcoming financial education events. Check below for upcoming dates and partnering schools.
Qualstar Credit Union & Puget Sound Federal Credit Union announce merger; Fun(d) competition between Global Credit Union & Spokane Federal Credit Union; Fibre Federal Credit Union hosts Financial Reality Fair, Valley Credit Union announced new CEO.
Unitus Community Credit Union supports Doernbecher; Industrial Credit Union hosts shredding event; Seattle Metropolitan Credit Union CEO to Co-Chair business event; Columbia awards scholarships to Vancouver students; Rogue Credit Union honored; STCU promotes two to VP.
With a generous donation, Inspirus Credit Union supported a diverse group of students at a Tukwila high school in sharing their Stories of Arrival.
Gesa CU opens its eighth student branch, Mid Oregon CU pays it forward, Global CU promotes Military Saves Week, Sound CU announces a new Chief Business Services Officer.
Cheney FCU marked a milestone this month—its 65th anniversary. The Washington credit union treated members to popcorn in the branch for the celebration.
Point West “drives hope” to local nonprofit; Trailhead gets CDFI certified; Inspirus supports housing-insecure kids in Tukwila; Solarity announces winner of 2016-17 community partner vote.
Dykstra takes over the role from retiring president Dr. James D. Likens, who served the school for 44 years. Dr. Michael Steinberger was named the new Dean of Academics.
Inspirus pledges $25K to help teachers buy supplies; NW Priority raises over $8K to fight muscular dystrophy.
The credit union helped 300 underprivileged kids get ready for school by sponsoring a school supply “shopping spree” together with other leading community organizations.