Training on Demand: Regulation CC
Get the information and advice you need to determine the timing of fund availability, as stipulated in the regulation. Recognize the difference between local and non-local checks and what is considered a business day under Regulation CC.
Educate your members with a source you trust
Anticipate and respond to members' questions on any personal finance topic with these print materials. Put these credit union-specific member materials at their fingertips and help them through every financial decision.
Want to create a youth program at your credit union?
CUNA's new Model Youth Program Guide is a key resource for building a youth membership program with the help of best practices and proven techniques. Raise children and teenagers to a full and productive membership. Use checklists, sample documents, and descriptions of productive methods to improve or start your own youth program. Learn more.
The Guide covers everything you'll need for a successful youth program:
- What Makes a Youth Program Effective
- Teaching to Spend, Save and Manage Money
- Teaching to Borrow
- Working With Schools
- Student-Run In-School Branches
- Communicating with Youth
- Youth Outside the Mainstream
- Planning Logistics and Budget
- Measuring Progress and Success
- View table of contents
Training for 2009: Don't just make lists, make progress!
Trust CUNA to offer education to help you succeed in the current economy. Your training budget dollars will work harder for you when you take advantage of our cutting-edge courses and conferences. Plan on it!
Download new CUNA brochures now!
Starting with this issue of the CUNA Update, we're "going greener" in the distribution of brochures to leagues. In every issue, we will include links to PDFs of brochures that are soon to be released. We will no longer be automatically mailing copies of each brochure to leagues. You can still receive a supply of hard copy brochures by e-mailing email@example.com or calling 800-356-8010, press 3 and providing the stock number from the brochure's mailing panel.