NASCUS MEMBER UPDATE: Invoices on way; NASCUS 365 in full swing; Last call for Pierre Jay Award nominations

(Dec. 23, 2020) NASCUS 2021 membership invoices

NASCUS credit union and associate members were sent their 2021 membership renewal invoices Tuesday from [email protected]. Please contact NASCUS member relations staff if you did not receive an invoice. In advance, thank you for your continued membership. We look forward to tackling the new year together in 2021. Together, we can do this.

CU Campus 365: Be your credit union’s compliance training hero.

NASCUS credit union members get great pricing for the new member benefit. CU Campus 365, the new compliance training program, launched last month. With the latest in courseware and the BAI Learning Manager, a learning management system (LMS) specifically designed to meet the demands of the financial services industry, credit unions have the tools they need to minimize compliance risk and increase employee development. The alliance, called CU Campus 365, delivers effective and re-imagined learning to your credit union staff and directors to use anytime, anywhere, using a sophisticated LMS. For a review of the benefits of CU Campus 365, visit us here.

CU Campus 365’s course libraries offer more than 530 compliance courses that cover more than 55 regulations and are updated constantly to align with the latest regulations plus more than 140 professional skills courses to build your employees’ career growth and development.

NASCUS invites you to experience the benefits of CU Campus 365. To learn more about CU Campus 365’s powerful training solutions, complete this form or email us at [email protected].

Pierre Jay Award Nominations

Nominations for the NASCUS 2020 Pierre Jay Award – which recognizes the individuals, programs or organizations whose contributions have benefited the state credit union system in a significant way – are due Dec. 31. The award honors those who have demonstrated outstanding service, leadership and commitment to NASCUS and the state system; it will be presented during a virtual event in the first quarter of 2021. NASCUS members may nominate any person, program, or organization who or that has made a significant contribution to the state credit union system. Nominees can include individuals, programs or organizations to be nominated include credit union organizations, volunteers (including committee members), staff members, or chief staff executives; and, state/federal organizations, state/federal lawmakers, state/federal regulators, or others. See the link below to submit a nomination.

Pierre Jay Award: Details, nomination form