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LSCU, CUNA Small CU webinar series gains popularity as free tool

LSCU’s new, FREE, CUNA-League System Small CU webinar series is gaining participants in leaps and bounds with more than 1,000 credit union professionals signed up for the series now. Don’t miss your opportunity to join us as CUNA works with leagues throughout the country to create a new series of free webinars for small credit unions, which began with the first session on Aug. 4.

The topic for today, Aug. 11, at 3 p.m. ET is Budgeting Post Covid-19, and the webinar will be led by Kris Jacobsen, business development director, Minnesota Credit Union Network.

With the preservation of small credit unions in mind, the free weekly webinars tackle the most important issues and subjects facing small credit unions today: new member growth, technology best practices, succession planning, marketing, board engagement and more.

The sessions are expected to continue through Spring 2021, allowing CUNA to record and create a library of more than 30 sessions packed with ideas and actionable information.

“We appreciate the collaboration between CUNA and the league system to make this possible,” said Maureen Bock, senior director of education. “With more than 500 attendees on the first webinar, this series is off to a great start. Small credit union staff can sign up at any time and may sign up as many staff as they would like to attend.”

Sponsored by CUNA Mutual Group, the webinars allow small credit union leaders to learn new strategies for the success and to engage with peers from across the nation.

Upcoming topics through September are:

  • Aug. 11: Budgeting post COVID-19
  • Aug. 18: Know your members
  • Aug. 25: Serving members online
  • Sept. 1: Succession planning
  • Sept. 8: History of the movement
  • Sept. 15: Financial counseling
  • Sept. 22: TBD
  • Sept. 29: Lending
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