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Southeast Regional Credit Union Schools

Management school students “give back” at food bank

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Giving back to the community is a way of life for credit unions. During this year’s Southeast CUNA Management School, students took a break from the academic rigors of the program to put credit unions’ “people helping people” philosophy into…
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Secure your place in the SRCUS Class of 2020 today!

April 20, 2018 — If you have not registered for the 2018 session of the Southeast CUNA Management School yet, there’s still time! More than 50 credit union professionals have already registered for the upcoming session, so if you’re planning…
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SRCUS 2018 schedule now available

Wondering what the week at SRCUS 2018 will include? The agenda for this summer’s session is now available online. You can view the schedule for each day, complete with instructor names and topics. The Southeast CUNA Management School’s mission is…
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SRCUS grad Heiwote Tadesse named CU Rock Star

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Congratulations to SRCUS graduate (Class of 2016) Heiwote Tadesse for recently being named a CU Rock Star by Credit Union Magazine. This award recognizes those unique, innovative people who excel in their areas of expertise—and by doing so make our…
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2017 SRCUS Debate now available online!

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A distinctive characteristic of the Southeast CUNA Management School is the annual debate, which allows students to explore all sides of a relevant topic as they hone their skills in research, analysis, presentation, and negotiations. The debate topic for 2017…
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Save the date for the 2018 Directors Conference!

Save the date and make plans to join your peers from credit union boards across the Southeast for two-and-a-half days of education designed for credit unions’ volunteer leaders. The 2018 Southeast Director’s Conference, set for July 14 – 18, 2018,…
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The changing face of tellers

There has been much discussion recently on the changing of credit union branches due to technology. How does the current labor force, specifically tellers, adapt to the increase in available technology through credit unions and their branches? What is the…
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