The beloved Berenstain Bears® children’s book characters are coming to a credit union near you, especially if you live near O Bee Credit Union. O Bee is bringing an innovative financial education program featuring the bears to Washington.
The premier national credit union event offers the opportunity to influence policy makers and to learn from some of the world’s top thinkers, while experiencing the power of the Credit Union Movement descended upon Washington D.C.
Each July, credit unions come together to raise money for CULAC, the political action committee that helps elect credit union champions to Congress. Learn how to support Credit Unions for Kids while raising CULAC funds, and more.
Early bird entry fees available through December 15 for credit union movement’s most prestigious marketing and business development awards.
The credit union community will descend upon Spokane for Amplify Convention. Here are some things to see, do, eat, and drink in and around the city.
From bake sales on Financial Fitness Day to volunteering at Reality Fairs and helping young people “Catch the $ave Wave,” credit unions will shine a spotlight on the importance of financial education in April. How will you celebrate National Financial Literacy Month? We’ve got loads of ideas!
Credit unions around the world are celebrating International Credit Union Day today with food drives, financial literacy programs, and events designed to raise awareness. In a display of perfect timing, four credit union professionals from Brazil are spending the week with their counterparts in Seattle.
Northwest credit union executives are in Washington, D.C., this week to meet with U.S. representatives and senators as part of Northwest Credit Union Association’s “Hike the Hill” program.
The National Credit Union Federation of Korea, headquartered in the city of Daejeon, oversees a unified credit union marketing and branding program, houses a single core processor system for all of Korea’s credit unions, and trains thousands of credit union professionals and members in its education and training facility each year.
Two Oregon legislators signed on as co-sponsors of the ATM disclosure bill after an NWCUA delegation traveled to D.C. last week for the Association’s first-ever spring Hike the Hill event. The group also met with the NCUA leadership team and the CFPB.
Rep. Rick Larsen of Washington’s Second District visited Whatcom Educational Credit Union and North Coast Credit Union as part of a visit to Bellingham to explore job creation opportunities in the region.
Two week extension will allow time to prepare and refine Marketing & Communications entries.
NWCUA hosted a delegation of credit union officials from Ecuador, taking them to four NW credit unions as part of the World Councilâ€™s International Partnership Program.
Donâ€™t miss the opportunity to apply for a 2010 Professional Development Scholarship through the Washingotn Credit Union Foundation. The deadline is Friday, October 8th.
If you know a credit union employee who is under 30-years-old, has shown commitment to their job and would like a fuller understanding of the credit union movement, they could attend the Washington Credit Union League Convention and Annual Business Meeting, or parts of it, with a group of like-minded youth.