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Register Now for Southwest CUNA Management School
Tuesday, March 28, 2017 6:35 AM


Scholarship Applications Deadline is April 17

The credit union environment continues to evolve, and that includes shifting employee expectations, evolving technologies, and a sharpened focus on skills, compliance, and employee development. Just like the credit union movement itself, employees and managers alike will want to take advantage of every opportunity to stand out from the crowd.

You can do that—and your employees can do that—through Southwest CUNA Management School, where they develop leaders at the speed of change.

Enrollment remains open until class size reaches 55 or June 16.

Southwest CUNA Management School (SCMS), the three-year educational program designed to develop and enhance leadership skills for credit union professionals, provides an exceptional forum for networking with other credit union professionals; access to top industry experts; and the opportunity to ignite an inner passion and vision for personal and professional growth.

Students compete to enroll in one of only 55 available slots each year, a class size that allows for one of the most challenging and engaging curriculums for credit union professionals. The extensive curriculum is built around proven techniques and new trends, and students benefit from a strategic mix of university/college faculty, credit union industry leaders, and recognized professional consultants.

And don't forget! April 17 is the deadline to submit scholarship applications for the July 2017 session of SCMS. Scholarships are available through the Cornerstone Credit Union Foundation. Scholarship guidelines and an application are available on the SCMS website.

If you want to be part of this exciting leadership advancement opportunity, act now, and enroll in the July 9-19 session.

Prospective students should visit for additional information. If you have any questions, please contact Janine McBee at 469-385-6634 or 800-442-5762, ext. 6634.