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Vermont State Employees Credit Union

By Rebecca Wessler | April 18, 2022

Celebrate Earth Day with some recycled best practices featured previously on CreditUnions.com.

By | Feb. 15, 2022

The ANATOMY series is a quarterly, multi-feature profile that explores the strategies and analyzes the performance of an exemplary credit union.

By E.C. Harrison | Jan. 10, 2022

From lending off the grid to feeding appetites and wallets — and much more in between — VSECU supports quality of life for members, business, and communities across the state of Vermont.

By E.C. Harrison | Jan. 10, 2022

Five graphs that dive into the financial performance of the Green Mountain State cooperative.

By E.C. Harrison | Jan. 10, 2022

Inside the cooperative's pandemic response effort and remote working strategy.

By E.C. Harrison | Jan. 10, 2022

Energy lending, community impact programs, medical cannabis banking, and more have helped VSECU cross $1 billion in assets just in time for its 75th anniversary.

By E.C. Harrison | Jan. 10, 2022

After stepping up to serve medical marijuana dispensaries, VSECU is positioned to lead the state in banking services for an explosion in recreational sales.

By E.C. Harrison | Jan. 10, 2022

Member-directed giving, values-based programs, and the cooperative spirit all guide VSECU’s efforts to leave a positive impact on its community.

By E.C. Harrison | Jan. 10, 2022

Energy efficiency loans, zero-carbon goals, underwriting, and strategic partnerships drive lending growth at VSECU.

By Marc Rapport | Dec. 13, 2021

Credit union leaders share how they plan to make the coming year a success — both by numbers and beyond.

By E.C. Harrison | Jan. 18, 2021

The Vermont cooperative relies on a little-known state statute to make direct investments in cooperatives to bolster local economies and create a better world.

By Marc Rapport | Sept. 28, 2020

Simeon Chapin plays an integral role in communicating and executing Vermont State Employees Credit Union’s goals to make a local and global difference.

By Marc Rapport | Sept. 21, 2020

Three financial institutions live their cooperative principles by providing tactical support so smaller shops can focus on mission.

By Rebecca Wessler | Dec. 23, 2019

Five ways to serve members by providing the credit they need, when they need it.

By Sharon Simpson | July 1, 2019

How an economic developer, money manager, and keen collaborator at the helm is empowering a green revolution at Vermont State Employees Credit Union.

By Marc Rapport | April 22, 2019

Tree-hugging roots run deep at the Vermont credit union, which offers an array of lending and deposit products aimed at fighting climate change.

By Marc Rapport | March 25, 2019

How three very different credit unions are collaborating with their communities for better business development.

By Aaron Pugh | Feb. 2, 2015

A lower rate for in-state credit card purchases helps VSECU boost its product usage and gives members a grassroots outlet for activism.

By Callahan & Associates | July 21, 2014

A monthly collection of Callahan content that, together, addresses a single topic from a variety of perspectives.

By Rebecca Wessler | April 11, 2014

Credit unions shed some light on the state of their respective regions and discuss the individual challenges and opportunities experienced throughout the year.

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By Callahan & Associates | April 1, 2013

2013 Beige Book Responses

By Bailey Reutzel | Sept. 24, 2012

Environmentally friendly Vermont State Employees explores loan options to help members retrofit their homes for savings.

By Aaron Pugh | Aug. 20, 2012

Credit unions that aren’t active in student lending can assist students in other ways.

By Callahan & Associates | Oct. 1, 2009

Vermont State Employees Credit Union ($440M, Montpelier, VT) is always looking to protect their members from various forms of fraud, without inconveniencing them.