Young pros encouraged to connect through YP Network

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The New York Credit Union Association’s Young Professionals Commission and statewide network provide young professionals and volunteers across the state with numerous opportunities to connect and grow within the credit union movement.

Young credit union professionals and volunteers are encouraged to learn more about the credit union movement and get involved with the statewide email listserv, the YP Network. Through the network, participants can share email updates about networking, education and outreach opportunities.

Other Commission initiatives include:

  • Local meet-ups, which are free, local gatherings that are open to all credit union employees and volunteers ages 39 and younger. Agendas include valuable networking, industry presentations and community service projects and fundraisers. Meet-ups are held before or after work and are posted on the Association’s event calendar and in The Point;
  • Facebook community to share information and promote engagement among their peers; and
  • The Future Leaders Initiative—a comprehensive study, white paper and toolkit completed by the New York Credit Union Association and its Young Professionals Commission.

To learn more, visit the Association’s website.

Mellin, Bow discuss CU trends at Metro Chapter event

New York Credit Union Association President/CEO William J. Mellin and Compliance Director Linda Bow shared industry updates at the Metropolitan Chapter’s dinner meeting on Thursday. The event drew credit union professionals and volunteers from throughout the New York City-region.

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A message from Association Board Chairwoman Marie Betti

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Association Board Chairwoman Marie Betti.

The New York Credit Union Association’s board of directors held our quarterly board meeting last week. The meeting gave the board a chance to discuss a number of credit union and Association-related matters in advance of the holiday season.

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