Registration open for CU FINHEALH19

Scholarships available to attend fourth annual Conference

MADISON, WI (February 25, 2019) — Registration is now open for the Credit Union FINHEALTH19 Conference taking place April 24-26, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nev., with the opportunity for scholarship assistance through the National Credit Union Foundation (the Foundation).

Co-hosted by the Foundation, the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues and BALANCE, the CU FINHEALTH Conference brings together leading experts and practitioners in financial health to discuss how credit unions are measuring their members’ financial health, working to improve it and documenting the results. The conference also explores the connections between financial health, physical health, technology and advocacy.

Click here to register, or here to see the agenda.

Additionally, the Foundation is providing five, $1,000 scholarship grants to offer assistance with registration and travel costs to individual credit union professionals to attend CU FinHealth19. These scholarship grants are intended to support those individuals who cannot get institutional support to attend and those from smaller credit unions who may have difficulty in finding the necessary funding.

Click here to apply for a scholarship! The deadline to apply is March 5.

Scholarship grants will be awarded based on the individual’s own work and his/her credit union or institution’s evidenced commitment to improving consumer financial health. Please note, scholarships will not carry over into 2020.

The conference is sponsored by generous support from PSCU and EverFi.

About The National Credit Union Foundation

The National Credit Union Foundation (the Foundation) is the charitable arm of the U.S credit union movement, serving as a catalyst for change in people’s financial lives. The Foundation works to ignite understanding and focus on member financial health, inspire and create opportunities for credit unions to leverage their cooperative values and respond quickly when disaster strikes. Through cooperative support and action, the Foundation helps people achieve financial freedom.


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