Development Issues Workshop
The Carolinas Credit Union Foundation in collaboration with the Credit Union Development Educators (CUDEs) in the Carolinas sponsoring credit unions & organizations are hosting a learning workshop on September 12-13 in Raleigh, NC focused on development issues. The National Credit Union Foundation has identified 12 Development Issues that are interconnected and act as barriers to the well-being and prosperity of members and communities served by credit unions. Once we understand these issues and their impact to our members’ lives, we can begin to solve for them.
The Foundation is excited to offer this workshop to any credit union employee or industry partner committed to increasing the impact of social responsibility efforts and financial well-being initiatives. A special discount is offered to CUDEs in North Carolina and South Carolina. The Foundation envisions the Development Issues Workshop to be an annual event that connects DEs and others who are passionate about credit union social responsibility. The event will shift to South Carolina for the 2023 workshop, and feature industry partners, cooperatives and credit unions that are making an impact in the Palmetto State.
The 2022 workshop will coincide with an evening Tarheel Chapter meeting on September 12 at the Raleigh Marriott Crabtree Valley with guest speaker Mike Reuter, CUDE & Executive Director of the Worldwide Foundation for Credit Unions.
Regular registration: $135 (includes the Tarheel Chapter Meeting)
CUDE registration: $99 (includes the Tarheel Chapter Meeting)
CUs $50 million or less in assets: can submit for reimbursement from the Hamilton Fund
Tarheel Chapter Meeting only: $35
Crabtree Valley, 4500 Marriott Drive,
Raleigh, NC 27612
(Reduced rate of $169.00, available through August 22, 2022)