Dearborn Federal Credit Union, Mich., has awarded five college freshmen the 2002 Founder’s Scholarship. Scholarship winners were selected for their academic excellence and outstanding community service. The scholarship award is renewable up to four years based on the student’s grades. This year’s recipients include Audrie Lin, $1,500; Matt Harsha-Strong, $1,500; Anne Lieberman, $1,000; Jennifer Raupp, $1,000; and Angel Bolhouse, $1,000. California Center Credit Union, Rancho Cucamonga, has awarded its annual $500 Future Leaders Scholarship Award to Diana Jacobson – a 2002 high school graduate. Jacobson was chosen based on a combination of her transcripts from high school and her application essay. This year, entrants were required to compose a 500-word-or-less essay explaining what makes credit unions unique financial institutions. American 1 Federal Credit Union, Jackson, Mich., has presented eight deserving high school seniors with $1,000 scholarships. Recipients were selected based on essay responses. Point Mugu Federal Credit Union, Ventura, Calif., has awarded $13,000 in scholarships to high school seniors. Thirteen students each received a check for $1,000. The Youth Achievement Award scholarships, presented by Point Mugu FCU were supported by eight local businesses. The businesses that contributed to the scholarship included: Radio station B95.1 FM, , Discovery Dining, Parker Brown, Inc., First American Title, Paradise Chevrolet, Harbor Chrysler/Daewoo, and William L. Morris Chevrolet and Barber Ford. South Jersey Federal Credit Union, Deptford has awarded college scholarships to 10 South Jersey high school graduates. The awards, totaling $2,500 and based on academic achievement, commitment to service and outstanding leadership, were presented during a formal ceremony inside the credit union’s headquarters. Scholarships were awarded to Laura Sartain; Kimberly Reynolds; Arthur Brett McDonald; Rebecca J. Ellis; Sara C. Draper; Shana L. Fannon; James Conroy; Justin David Miloszewski; Daniel N. Lombardi and Kristin Kurek. Great Lakes Credit Union, Mich., has awarded four $1,000 educational scholarships. Recipients included Lisa Ambler of Granger, Indiana; Thomas LaShonte of Great Lakes, Illinois; Paul Richau of Libertyville, Illinois; and Naomi Zander of Crystal Lake Illinois. GLCU employees raised funds for the scholarships through raffles and car washes.
Robert G. Allen said, "Leading TFCU has been a rewarding experience for me..."
The dark web is a haven for stolen data, personal and financial information - keeping the fraud threat alive for years.
Currently, the rule requires a variety of consumer disclosures when remittances are issued.
Sponsored by Cetera Financial Group
Learn client/member acquisition strategies to increase the longevity and profitability of your credit union’s wealth management program.
Sponsored by Workday
This white paper will help your evaluation efforts by outlining the top 5 goals a cloud-based financial management system should strive to reach for credit unions.
Sponsored by Kaufman Hall
Learn how to balance efficiency and accuracy better in the budgeting process, the benefits of cash flow planning, and the shortcomings of traditional approaches.
Credit Union Times
Don’t miss crucial strategic and tactical information necessary to run your institution and better serve your members. Join Credit Union Times now!
- Free unlimited access to Credit Union Times' trusted and independent team of experts for extensive industry news, conference coverage, people features, statistical analysis, and regulation and technology updates.
- Exclusive discounts on ALM and Credit Union Times events.
- Access to other award-winning ALM websites including TreasuryandRisk.com and Law.com.
Copyright © 2019 ALM Media Properties, LLC. All Rights Reserved.