One of the most important differences between credit unions and other financial institutions is the Board of Directors, elected by and from the membership. All directors are members that volunteer their time and expertise. Members vote each year to elect the Credit Union Board.
What are the responsibilities of the Board of Directors?
Board members are expected to attend monthly meetings, special committee meetings, and strategic planning sessions throughout the year. They are also expected to keep up with trends and new information available about our industry by attending seminars and by continuing their education. Directors are committed to seeing that your credit union maintains financial stability and provides quality service to the Community Choice Credit Union membership.
To be considered for nomination.
Candidates must be a primary member (not a joint account holder) in good standing and at least 18 years of age. Contact a Community Choice Credit Union office to request the application and questionnaire for Nominees and a list of responsibilities of a director.
How are Candidates Selected?
Nominations, by means of a completed application and questionnaire, must be received by February 1st, 2013. Voting will take place at the Community Choice Credit Union annual meeting, scheduled to be held Friday, February 22nd at the Community Choice Credit Union Convention Center.