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Calling All Young Professionals! Register for YP Conference
Friday, June 17, 2016 6:20 AM

Aspire to be better as a credit union young professional.
Educate yourself and discover new possibilities.
Evolve as a leader and design the future.

Reward yourself for the goals you've achieved so far and the new goals you're tackling next. Aspire. Educate. Evolve. Join your colleagues for the Young Professionals Conference August 4-5, 2016, in Dallas, Texas.

Loren HudziakOne of the YP Conference speakers is Loren Hudziak, a Google Solutions Architect who has worked in the IT industry for 18 years, including at Oracle, Borland, and IBM. He will present a dynamic session on Future Trends and Innovations.

As a company, Hudziak says, Google is often known as much for innovation as it is for search, but this notion goes well beyond bringing new products to consumers or developing advanced product features. At Google, the culture of innovation permeates everything they do. Often the development of innovative technology was enabled by innovations elsewhere, spanning everything from infrastructure, security, policy, and even hiring. His YP session reveals how, at Google, innovation constitutes a holistic environment.

Hudziak holds BS and MS degrees in computer science and information systems from American University.

If you're a credit union professional aged 40 and under who's tuned in to the cooperative movement, plugged into the CU philosophy of people helping people, and ready to demonstrate what the credit union difference means in your community, don't miss out on this opportunity.

Conference registration information:

YP Conference
August 4-5, 2016
Dallas, Texas
Regular rate: June 3–July 5.
Get more information on the conference and hotel registration.

This conference is sponsored by:

Credit Union Resources