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Register Now for the 2018 Volunteers Forum in Memphis
Friday, March 2, 2018 6:35 AM

Volunteers Forum

Volunteers take care of business every day. To continue at their best on behalf of their credit union, its staff, and members, credit union volunteers need to continually update and refresh their skills through training on the latest trends, best practices, and innovations.

The annual Credit Union Volunteers Forum is the perfect opportunity to fulfill many aspects of that educational need. Join your colleagues June 6–8 at the Guesthouse at Graceland in Memphis, Tenn., for the 2018 Credit Union Volunteers Forum.

Save money! Get the early bird rate by registering before May 3.

At the Credit Union Volunteers Forum, you can expect to network with volunteers from credit unions around the country; explore future trends; discover the latest tools, planning documents, and checklists to help make your job easier; and get practical guidance and proven strategies you can implement immediately.

You'll be able to enjoy a pre-conference workshop on Cyber Risk Management and Oversight, led by IT expert Idrees Rafiq from Credit Resources Management; and you'll be able to attend eight general sessions plus your choice of 12 breakout sessions.

Take a look at the general sessions:

Overcoming Everest – Personally and Professionally
Scott Rose, Ruddered for Success

Credit Union Directors: Back to Basics on Fiduciary Duties and Responsibilities
Mike Blalack, Blalack & Williams, P.C.

Trendspotting: What to Deliver Today for Success Tomorrow
Jeff Rendel, Rising Above Enterprises

On the Economic, Political, and Business Climate 2018
Roger Tutterow, Kennesaw State University

Charting the Future of Financial Services Technology
Mark Sievewright, Sievewright & Associates

An Army of Volunteer Advocates
Jim Phelps, Chief Advocacy Officer, Cornerstone Credit Union League

Change is Good… You Go First!
Karen McCullough, Karen McCullough & Co.

Federal credit union volunteers will also earn BSA Training and Supervisory Committee certifications.

Get more information.

Register Now.

Need Grant Assistance?
The Cornerstone Credit Union Foundation is accepting scholarship applications for League training events based on financial need. Applications must be received by application deadlines. Please visit the Foundation's website to view all grant applications, guidelines and deadlines. Contact Emily Moreno, Foundation grants manager, at 469-385-6483 for more information.

If you have questions about this event, please contact Cookie Dorsey in Training and Events at 469-385-6635 or cdorsey@cornerstoneleague.coop.