Credit Union Partners in Education (CU-PIE) Annual Speech Competition – “Credit Union Strong”

Credit Union Partners in Education (CU-PIE)

“Credit Union Strong”

Annual Speech Competition

On Thursday, April 21, 2016 the Credit Union Partners in Education (CU-PIE) hosted their annual speech competition. Representatives from various Sacramento Greater Area credit unions write and present a speech based on the year’s theme, Credit Union Strong.  Nine speeches made it to the finals and were presented, each . . . → Read More: Credit Union Partners in Education (CU-PIE) Annual Speech Competition – “Credit Union Strong”

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Credit Union Partners in Education (CU-PIE) Annual Speech Competition

Credit Union Partners in Education (CU-PIE)

  “Wild About Saving”

Annual Speech Competition

The speech competition was held on April 16th. This year’s theme was based on the 2015 National Youth Involvement Week theme – Wild About Saving.  

One of the best ways to help young Californians reach their goals is to encourage financial literacy.

On Thursday, April 16, 2015 the Credit Union Partners . . . → Read More: Credit Union Partners in Education (CU-PIE) Annual Speech Competition

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Credit Union Partners in Education (CU-PIE) Annual Speech Competition: Catch the Save Wave

 Credit Union Partners in Education (CU-PIE) Annual Speech Competition
 

Credit Union Partners in Education (CU-PIE)

Annual Speech Competition

One of the best ways to help young Californians reach their goals is to encourage financial literacy.

On Thursday, April 17, 2014 the Credit Union Partners in Education (CU-PIE) hosted their annual speech competition. Representatives from various Sacramento area credit unions write and . . . → Read More: Credit Union Partners in Education (CU-PIE) Annual Speech Competition: Catch the Save Wave

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Financial Institution Training – Confronting Elder Financial Abuse

Financial Institution Training – Confronting Elder Financial Abuse

Financial elder abuse is a crime. It involves the wrongful taking of money or property, whether through fraud, scams, predatory caretakers, family, or others. An estimated $2.9 billion is stolen annually from elders.

California financial institutions are mandated reporters of suspected financial abuse of elder and dependent adults. Does . . . → Read More: Financial Institution Training – Confronting Elder Financial Abuse

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37th Annual Conference on Serving the Underserved

37th Annual Conference on Serving the Underserved
June 15–18, 2011
Renaissance Hollywood Hotel, Hollywood, California

The National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions hosts this 37th annual conference to help credit unions serve customers in low- and moderate-income communities across the nation. Participants include socially responsible investors, representatives of charitable foundations, government officials, policymakers, industry researchers, and credit union . . . → Read More: 37th Annual Conference on Serving the Underserved

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Credit Union Youth Week – Outreach Tips

The following tips were distributed to Credit Unions to help them with outreach efforts during Credit Union Youth Week by the Credit Union National Association (CUNA). For the financial literacy partners that are not credit unions, the tips are also helpful to help publicize your activities.

PR Tips to Make Your Celebration a Success

As you celebrate Youth . . . → Read More: Credit Union Youth Week – Outreach Tips

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What is a Credit Union?

What is a Credit Union?

Credit unions are not-for-profit financial institutions that are owned and controlled by members – consumers like you.
All credit union deposits are now insured up to at least $250,000, following the passage of the Economic Stablization Act of 2008.
Consumer deposits at nearly 8,000 credit unions nationwide are insured by the National Credit Union . . . → Read More: What is a Credit Union?

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