The three-year tuition scholarship gives Haeg a strong step toward high-level credit union management.
A three-year scholarship is available for a Northwest credit union employee to attend the prestigious Western CUNA Management School. The combination of on campus and in-credit union curriculum is considered to be among the nation’s highest level educational opportunities for credit union professionals.
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.
Three students from the Northwest received honors, including one who became only the seventh person in WCMS history to receive the school’s highest honors.
School has prepared credit union leaders for the evolving marketplace for over half a century. Those looking to advance their careers are encouraged to apply.
Gene Pelham named new board Chairman of Western CUNA Management School. Carla Altepeter joins WCMS board.
Ten Northwest credit union professionals were among 89 to graduate from the Western CUNA Management School late last month.
Eighty-nine credit union professionals graduated from the Western CUNA Management School last week. Marci Gannon, a project manager for STCU, reflects on winning the Charles M. Clark Memorial Award, a high honor.
Fifteen Northwest credit union professionals were among 89 graduating from the Western CUNA Management School. The Lambda Class of 2013 included five high honors students from the Northwest.
A Medford credit union professional takes on a unique dual role, serving both Rogue Federal Credit Union and the Western CUNA Management School.
Nine Northwest credit union professionals—three of whom graduated with honors—were among this year’s 75 graduates from Western CUNA Management School, a rigorous long-term credit union education program.
The Northwest Credit Union Foundation is accepting scholarship applications for Western CUNA Management School until March 15. Scholarships can cover as much as $2000 per year, making the program affordable for credit unions of all sizes.
WSECU’s Kevin Foster-Keddie was recently named to the Western CUNA Management School Board of Trustees, joining Rogue’s Gene Pelham and NWCUA President Troy Stang as regional representatives on the board.
Western CUNA Management School offers credit union leaders an outstanding opportunity to be thoroughly educated in every aspect of the credit union movement, from finance and lending to marketing and philosophy. Valley CUâ€™s Chris Monti offers a moving, in-depth testimony.
Woodstoneâ€™s Susan Streifel was recognized with the Jim Likens Alumni Award, while 13 NW professionals were part of the Class of 2011.
The Oregon Credit Union Foundation announced the availability of professional development grants to individuals attending Western CUNA Management School.
Western CUNA Management School (WCMS) is now accepting applications for the 2011 session.