Alumni of the any Credit Union Development Education (CUDE) Training program can come get energized and recharged with fellow DEs from around the country at this year’s exclusive DE Workshop.
This year's Workshop will be held from July 11 - 13 at Suncoast CU in Tampa, FL.
The theme of this year's workshop is focused around inclusion with daily sessions on, "It is all about me. It is all about you. It is all about us". There are many conversations around inclusion that happen every day across America, and this year's workshop will focus on issues around inclusion to us as individuals and as organizations that we work with.
More than 50 professionals from across the country who are exploring how to effectively measure financial capability for credit union members came together last week during the Financial Capability Colloquium to expand upon their growing coalition, which is committed to “owning” this topic.
Hosted by the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues, the National Credit Union Foundation and BALANCE in Las Vegas from April 19 – 21, this second annual event spearheaded an ongoing conversation about what defines “financial capability,” how it is attained, and how to tell a powerful story that will resonate with consumers.
On this podcast, we’re going to be talking with a modern-day credit union pioneer: Mr. Dick Ensweiler. Dick is someone whose work speaks for itself and is a true testament to the credit union philosophy.
Dick is retiring as President/CEO of the Cornerstone CU League on April 30, 2017, and we talked to him earlier this month about his long career – 53 years (!) – in credit unions. You’ll learn a lot and get inspired to do more to make a difference.