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By Alabama Rural Electric Credit Union
Member education is a hot topic for credit unions right now. We
know because we receive daily requests from credit unions who are
looking to educate members and want to discuss how we can help.
In the process of servicing our credit union clients and discussing
member education with a wide range of credit unions all over the
country, we've amassed critical knowledge on how credit unions are
handling member education today as well as their plans for the future.
Here's what we've found:
These are our experiences with credit unions, but we are always
looking for ways to gain more knowledge. We've developed a Member
Education Survey in partnership with Callahan's, and it is currently
available on this site by clicking
here. If you have a moment, we'd love your feedback on the member
education programs and initiatives your credit union is providing,
as well as plans for the future. All survey participants will receive
a discount on the research report Callahan's develops from the survey.
We hope this report will be an excellent tool for credit unions
to use as they launch different member education programs.
Financial Finesse provides unbiased full service financial education
programs to over 300 credit unions and corporations across the country.
Our award-winning content and curriculum covers virtually any financial
topic, from debt to estate planning, and can be delivered in multiple
formats: live, online, over the phone, and through financial planning
kits and materials. For more information on how we are working with
credit unions to develop member education programs, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 1-866-763-2677.
June 23, 2003
7/26/2012 03:59 PM
I guess we're not unusual in our need for member education.
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