Ten Reasons You Need to Join Your Local Credit Union Chapter
A chapter represents a cohesive group of credit unions that focus on issues or concerns and celebrations of mutual interest. Each chapter builds its own value and its own uniqueness through its activities.
- FOR THE CREDIT UNION MOVEMENT
Credit Union Chapters have been, and continue to be, the backbone of the credit union system.
- MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Credit unions working together can demonstrate the credit union difference in their communities.
- COMMUNITY BUILDING
More can be accomplished in a community by planning together, rather than separately.
Credit union people are known worldwide for utilizing networking opportunities and sharing best practices.
- INFORMATION UPDATES
Regular planned meetings provide a venue to hear and discuss the up-to-date happenings in the credit union system.
- LOCAL TRAINING
Training that is a priority for your area’s credit unions.
Invite your elected officials in Congress and the legislature so they know your interests and concerns on behalf of credit unions …Listening to your voice can be their vote.
Recognize the good work of your leaders and volunteers. Celebrate the credit union difference, and share common challenges and solutions with fellow professionals and volunteers.
- PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Chapter members have an opportunity to increase their leadership skills and build on personal knowledge; learn more about credit union philosophy; learn how to plan, organize, and conduct meetings; and learn how to be a leader of the credit union and in the community.
You have a voice in your chapter. Your chapter board wants to hear from you, and wants you to be a part of the leadership and participation of YOUR Chapter of credit unions.