CUNA's Project Zip Code is a powerful advocacy tools that allows the Minnesota Credit Union Network to share with individual legislators how many credit union members are in their districts.
The Tristate Mentor Match is a 12-month program designed to build, grow, support, and inspire credit union professionals in their careers and commitment to the Credit Union Movement. It envisions relationships 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.
“I think this mentorship program was one of the best ideas and collaborations I have ever been a part of! My mentor has been FANTASTIC and I am still trying to figure out how the team was able to match us so perfectly. She has been vital to my recent successes and helped me find more confidence within my role, my development, and myself. I highly recommend this program!” Caitlin Brama, Branch Manager, Financial One Credit Union.
Applications are now open for both mentees and mentors. Deadline to apply is August 5, 2022, and the program kicks off in September. More information is available on our online mentorship page.
The Development Education (DE) program is the National Credit Union Foundation’s signature education platform. DE helps established and emerging leaders within the credit union movement understand and leverage credit unions’ unique business model to serve members and communities in new and better ways.
This fall, the Foundation will hold two in-person DE program sessions in Madison, WI. The sessions will take place from September 26-30 and November 14-18, with interactive sessions each day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Attendance for each session is mandatory. Registration for both sessions is limited and will open on Wednesday, June 22, 2022, at 10 a.m. CT. Scholarship applications from the Foundation will also become available at that time.
DE Training Cost & Registration Details
The cost to attend DE training is $3,499.00. Full payment is required to reserve your spot.
The Minnesota Credit Union Foundation offers scholarships to cover the full registration fee for in person training, which includes lodging and meals. Travel to and from Madison is at the expense of the attendee. The MNCUF 2022 CUDE scholarship winner will have a spot held for the dates of their choice. Apply before July 31 to reserve a spot for the fall sessions.
Registration for all DE sessions is limited to one person per organization per class. There is a maximum capacity of 48 participants per session so register early!
Additional information, including accommodations and health & safety protocols, will be added to the Foundation's website in advance of registration.
If you have any questions regarding 2022 DE programming, please contact Chad Helminak, NCUF Director of Programs & Impact, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
With questions, please contact Director of Engagement, Ben Hering, via email or by phone at (612) 239-0026.
The Minnesota Credit Union Network is returning to Duluth Monday, June 27 to Wednesday, June 29 at the Inn on Lake Superior for the 2022 CEO Conference. This event will feature presentations from speakers on a variety of pertinent credit union topics, provide opportunities to connect with other CEOs, and offer a cooperative forum to share expertise and experiences.
Registration deadline is this Friday, June 10.
Check out the updated conference agenda and speakers on our CEO Conference web page.
With questions, please contact MnCUN Vice President Communications & Engagement Andrea Molnau by email or call (651) 288-5527.
There is no cost to your credit union, and you'll receive a one-time referral fee or an ongoing revenue share, depending on the specific service, providing a source of non-interest income.
Newtek is a CUNA Strategic Services alliance providers are top-of-market solutions for credit unions focused on growing their bottom lines, gaining peace of mind and enhancing member relationships.
Join the Minnesota Credit Unions for Kids Committee for the 27th Annual Credit Unions for Kids Golf Tournament on Thursday, June 16, 2022 at the Refuge Golf Club in Oak Grove. Registration for the tournament closes this Friday, June 10 - so reserve your spot today!
The Minnesota CU4Kids Golf Tournament, founded in 1995, supports Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals/Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare in St. Paul. Over the years the event has raised over a half-million dollars for the credit union-sponsored cause.
Thursday, June 16, 2022
Refuge Golf Club | Oak Grove, Minn.
11:00am – Registration/Box Lunch
12:00pm – Shotgun Start
4:30pm – Social Half-Hour
5:00pm – Awards Dinner
Please see the event flyer for further details and to register. With questions, reach out to Marty Kelly via email.
The Minnesota Credit Union Foundation (MnCUF) and Minnesota Catholic Credit Union are proud to recognize George and Kay Rossez as CU Builders, in recognition of 60 years of dedication to the credit union movement.
They have offered countless hours and steadfast guidance to help Minnesota Catholic Credit Union prosper, and help thousands of members over the years. In 2011, they received the Minnesota Credit Union Network Volunteer of the Year award; and in 2019 were inducted into the national Credit Union House Hall of Leaders, in recognition for the significant impact they have made on the credit union movement at the local, state and national levels.
Created in 2008, the Credit Union Builder Award honors an individual’s dedication to the success, growth, and vitality of the not-for-profit financial movement in Minnesota. Dedications are typically made at a time of significance to acknowledge an individual’s contributions to credit unions.
81 individuals have been designated as Credit Union Builders since the award's inception. The names of the recipients and the contributing credit unions are permanently displayed in the Minnesota Credit Union Network’s lobby as a tribute to those who have dedicated time and energy to building the credit union movement.
Contact Andrea Molnau, Executive Director of the MnCUF with questions.
The deadline to submit projects for the annual Dora Maxwell, Louise Herring and Desjardins Financial Education recognition programs is Friday, June 24. Submitted projects 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.
Award entries are judged by the Dakotas Credit Union Association Awards Committee to ensure unbiased results. The winners in each award category will advance to CUNA’s national contest where they will compete with credit unions across the country, with judging to take place this fall.
Full program details and FAQs are available on the MnCUN Awards Page. Contact Julia Miller, MnCUN Director of Communications with questions by email at email@example.com.
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