Your registration and lunch costs are already covered for two of the most important workshops of the year, thanks to generous support from the Wisconsin Credit Union Foundation. Even better, we've scheduled the events back-to-back, with a third no-cost event to follow to inspire you to action! Reserve reduced rate lodging by August 1.
Join us at the beautiful Blue Harbor Resort (a fun waterpark!) in Sheboygan for:
The Youth Financial Education Workshop, sponsored by:
Tuesday, August 21 (half day)
We've invited Wisconsin credit unions with award-winning financial education programs to share their best practices. This workshop, sponsored by the Foundation, addresses:
We'll also enjoy a roundtable discussion, plus a bonfire and s'mores at dusk on the shores of Lake Michigan.
The Community Development Workshop, sponsored by:
Wednesday, August 22 (full day)
Led by nationally respected development consultant Mark Lynch, this Foundation-sponsored workshop will help participants more accurately identify members' needs. It'll also help you become more strategic in your outreach to generate more wins for both the community and your credit union. You'll:
- distinguish perception vs. reality when it comes to members' financial challenges
- identify products and programs that address issues affecting your members
- learn about strategic philanthropy
- participate in an exercise that demonstrates the power of partnerships and community fundraising
Stay to enjoy heavy hors d'oeuvres and cocktails.
BONUS: The Credit Union Difference - CU History & Philosophy, sponsored by:
Thursday, August 23 (full day)
Every credit union has more than just a job - they have an opportunity to make a difference in people's lives and in their communities. Registration is open to all (not just Young Professionals) for our no-cost YP Boot Camp in Sheboygan where you'll learn credit unions' structure, mission, and history - keys to unlocking your potential regardless of your role.
You must register to attend any or all of the above events.
Contact us at (608) 640-4071.