Deadline extended to January 1, 2024 for applications to 2024 WYCUP Scholarship Program
MADISON, WI (December 14, 2023) — The application deadline for the World Young Credit Union Professional Network (WYCUP) 2024 Scholarship Program is now extended until 11:59PM CST on January 1, 2024!
Apply here for the chance to attend career-building experiences worldwide during two events in 2024.
The WYCUP Scholarship Program will award up to three scholarships to join WYCUP at the Confederation of Caribbean Credit Unions Convention (CCCU) in St. Kitts and Nevis in the Caribbean to discuss sustainable growth and development and more from June 21-26.
In addition to the CCCU experience, up to three scholarships will join WYCUP at the World Credit Union Conference (WCUC) in Boston, MA, USA from July 21-24 to learn, network, and engage with the largest gathering of credit union professionals in the world.
The 2024 scholarships include airfare, hotel, and registration fees for the awarded events.
*WYCUP scholarship applicants must be 40 years of age or younger on January 1, 2024 to be eligible.
*WYCUP scholarship applicants must be endorsed by a credit union, cooperative financial institution or national/regional association that is either a member of the World Council of Credit Unions or is affiliated with one of its members. Go HERE to see a list of WOCCU members.
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About Worldwide Foundation for Credit Unions (WFCU)
The Worldwide Foundation for Credit Unions, as the strategic partner of the World Council, bridges gaps impacting credit unions' ability to grow and advance financial inclusion worldwide. Our commitment to provide global credit union journeys augments our shared vision with World Council's of realizing a vibrant and growing global credit union movement. Worldwide Foundation's philanthropy advances World Council's technical capacity to strengthen credit union systems that advance financial inclusion to underserved communities.