Get recognized for your credit union's efforts to give back to the community, demonstrate the people helping philosophy, and provide financial education.
Submissions for the annual Dora Maxwell, Louise Herring and Desjardins Financial Education recognition programs are due next Friday, June 25. While last year's awards programs encouraged submissions through the first half of 2020, submitted projects for this year should have primarily taken place during 2021.
Links to the individual award applications are below. Those who enter will compete with other credit unions in the same asset category.
Contact Julia Miller, MnCUN Director of Communications with questions by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We can't wait to share kindness once again for CU Forward Day® 2021 on Oct. 11! We have ideas and tools to help your credit union get started with planning.
Coordinators of CU Forward Day, please confirm your credit union's participation in CU Forward Day 2021 via the event registration page. Coordinators will receive communications regarding kick-off, scheduled activities, and planning meetings. CU Forward Day coordinators, credit union leadership and staff are all welcome to join as planning gets started.
With questions, please reach out to MnCUN Director of Engagement, Ben Hering, via email.
Learn more about the outstanding programs, new initiatives and well-deserved recognition received by your peers recently.
Got news of your own? Send stories, pitches, press releases and published articles to MnCUN Director of Communications Julia Miller.
MnCUN members are invited to a two-part virtual educational series that the FHLB Des Moines is hosting exclusive for credit unions. There is no cost to attend.
More information and the links to register for both events are available on the FHLB Des Moines site.
Despite sweltering heat, the 26th Annual CU 4 Kids Golf Tournament raised $27,172 - the highest recorded amount. 110 golfers representing credit unions and partners participated in the tournament at the Refuge Golf Club in Oak Grove, Minn.
100% of the proceeds from the Minnesota CU4Kids Golf Tournament supports Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare in St. Paul. Founded in 1995 and one of the longest running Minnesota credit union golf tournaments, the event has raised over a half-million dollars for the credit union-sponsored cause. The Minnesota CU4KIds committee would like to thank the event's Titanium level sponsors: Enterprise Car Sales, Wings Financial CU, Affinity Plus Federal CU.
If you didn’t get a chance to join us on the links but still want to support the cause, you can donate online: https://web.mncun.org/webinput/cu4kidsdonation.aspx
The 13th Annual Bowl-O-Rama will be held on October 20th at Splitrocks in Wyoming, Minn.
For more information, visit the CU4Kids webpage: https://www.mncun.org/cu4kids.html
MnCUN is pleased to announce two new leadership development opportunities for Minnesota Credit Union professionals looking to further their careers in the movement. The Tristate Mentorship Match and Trailblazers Executive Readiness Training are now accepting applications.
Tristate Mentorship Match: The Tristate Mentor Match is a 12-month program designed to build, grow, support, and inspire credit union professionals at any stage in their career. It is a one-to-one relationship based upon commitment, common goals and expectations, and mutual trust and respect, in which both the mentee and mentor grow in the process. This program is a partnership among the Minnesota Credit Union Network, Montana’s Credit Unions and the Wisconsin Credit Union League to expand our reach and bring our collective members a rich and diverse opportunity to network and grow. Applications for both mentors and mentees are now open, and will be accepted through August 6th.
MnCUN Trailblazers Executive Readiness Training: The Trailblazers Executive Readiness Training is a 12-month cohort program designed to accelerate executive level leadership skills and build credit union specific knowledge needed to succeed in our industry. Having high-potential leaders in the pipeline is critical for credit unions and the movement. Designed by Minnesota Credit Union professionals – the program is intended to prepare emerging leaders for executive level positions. Topics include Leadership Skills, Credit Union Financials, Credit Union Operations, and Strategic Planning & Growth. Upon completion participants will receive a Minnesota Credit Union Executive Leadership Certification. Space is limited. Applications will be accepted until July 23rd.
With questions, contact Mara Humphrey , Andrea Molnau or Ben Hering.
How will it work?
The goal is simple–to raise awareness about credit unions and share stories about the amazing things they do! We’re taking this positive message to all social platforms.
Now that you’re in the know, go to to visit the resource hub and check out more details about the marketing plan and timeline! For questions about ways your credit union can participate, contact email@example.com
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