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Financial Health Underpins A Broader Social Purpose At A Texas Credit Union University FCU considers community needs and institutional strengths to identify high-impact areas of service.
Sharon Simpson

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How A Financial Cooperative Became A Voice For Social Justice St. Louis Community Credit Union strives to be a positive force, and it has the impact report to prove it.
Marc Rapport
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How Nusenda Creates Job Opportunities, One Internship At A Time The New Mexico credit union has hired 23 of its own interns originating from a course on finance careers exploration.
Marc Rapport
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What’s In A Name: Director Of Continuous Improvement The efforts of Wayne Keels underpin SAFE Federal Credit Union’s member-focused, process-based business transformation.
Marc Rapport
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The AACUC’s King Day Message To The Movement The African-American Credit Union Coalition builds on credit unions’ history of empowering economic equality and inclusion.
Marc Rapport
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3 Ways To Make A Great Hire In a tight labor market, credit unions find creative ways to attract talent.
Sharon Simpson
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An Innovative Approach To Millennial Hiring Michigan State University FCU’s new Financial Innovation and Education Center promises to introduce a new generation to the credit union industry.
Erik Payne
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A Tale Of Two Internships How a Michigan credit union works with college millennials and veteran CUSO staff members alike.
Marc Rapport
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A Strategy To Adopt A Younger Point Of View Advisory roles are helping two credit unions engage millennial members.
Sharon Simpson
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Moving Forward With Millennial Leadership In this Q&A, Ronaldo Hardy, CEO of Shell Geismar FCU, discusses the benefits and challenges of employing millennials at an innovative credit union.
Ted Goldwyn
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3 Social Media Tips To Attract Millennials How Generations Federal Credit Union uses its award-winning social media platforms to boost member engagement and awareness among 20-somethings.
Erik Payne
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Generation TBD How do you connect with millennial members whose future is so entirely … to be determined?
Scott Patterson
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A Strategy To Test The Need For In-House Counsel A try-before-you-buy fellowship program allows DCU to assess the value of new legal resources.
Susan Levi Wallach
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Turn A Temporary Intern Into A Lifelong Employee College internship programs allow credit unions to not only benefit from the fresh perspective of young minds today but also recruit for tomorrow’s leaders.
Erik Payne
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Stock The Pond With Young Credit Union Talent There are two stumbling blocks to attracting recent college grads — they lack certain skills and don’t yet realize they want to work at a credit union.
Drew Grossman
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Tap Into The Student Labor Pool Through internships or class projects, young talent can help credit unions brainstorm new products and solutions.
Catherine Siskos
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Engage The Next Generation Of Cooperative Leaders How California’s First Financial turns inexperienced job seekers into the torchbearers of its brand for years to come.
Aaron Pugh
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How To Teach Younger Members Essential Life Skills An externship program at TopLine Federal Credit Union teaches students and educators about the essential skills needed to excel in business.
Drew Grossman
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Internships Can Boost Underbanked Credit unions across New Jersey connect with the disabled community, providing them a new skill set while reaching out to an underbanked demographic.
Bailey Reutzel
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An Eye on the Future: Generation Y and your Credit Union Benefits abound for those who employ members of Generation Y. Here are some steps for you to begin utilizing this vast resource.
Lydia Cole

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Callahan's Corporate Development Program (part 1) One year ago the management team of Callahan & Associates, Inc. was looking seriously at the culture of our organization and what we had become. Over the past few years, while the economy was booming and talent was in short supply, the carefully-crafted entrepreneurial environment that Callahan's was founded on had begun to erode. We faced two main challenges. The first was finding talent that could thrive in the high-accountability, high-reward environment that drove our success in the early years. Our second challenge was to knock down the silos that developed between departments as we grew both the bottom line and the number of employees.
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