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The Minnesota Credit Union Network is dedicated to providing credit unions the training and resources they need to grow and thrive in today’s financial environment. Through its education and credit union development programs, the Network provides information and training on a wide variety of topics. A full list of upcoming events is available on the MnCUN Event Calendar.
MnCUN Major Events
The Minnesota Credit Union Network is partnering with CliftonLarsonAllen LLP to provide member credit unions with CECL (Current Expected Credit Loss) training. LEARN MORE
Complimentary Compliance Training
The following training is a dues supported service and is available to members only.
Pairing telephone conferencing with online capabilities, these sessions bring training directly to you. Participants will receive login instructions and handout materials via email prior to the webcast.
Vetted by industry experts, affordably priced and packed with practical knowledge for your staff, CUNA provides credit union-specific courses as the perfect way to fill knowledge gaps and build valuable skills throughout your staff and volunteers. View the list of courses.
The Crew is a group for young professionals working in the credit union movement in Minnesota. The Minnesota Credit Union Network hosts special sessions for Crew members at major Network events as well as standalone Crew education sessions, happy hours, and volunteer opportunities throughout the year.
The Minnesota Credit Union Women’s Leadership Network is a sister society of the World Council of Credit Unions’ Global Women’s Leadership Network. The vision of the Global Women's Leadership Network is to provide women with the opportunity and resources to make a measureable difference in the lives of each other, in the lives of credit union members and in their communities.
The Minnesota Credit Union Network and its affiliates (collectively “MnCUN”) are committed to creating a welcoming, safe and respectful environment for all persons who attend our conferences and events regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, physical appearance or career level. In order to facilitate such an environment, all participants, including attendees, guests, exhibitors, speakers and volunteers shall abide by this Code of Conduct. This Code of Conduct applies to all components of MnCUN’s events, including those sponsored by organizations other than MnCUN that are held in conjunction with MnCUN events, whether in public or private facilities.
Read the full Code of Conduct and other Event Policies here.
With questions, contact MnCUN Director of Engagement Benjamin Hering.