Educational offerings for small credit unions

Published by: Kim Connor

January 12, 2022 | Education & Training

In 2012, the League founded the Haynes Circle community so smaller-asset credit unions could easily connect and receive tailored training to answer many of the biggest questions facing small credit unions. This includes how to gain new members, strengthen lending, improve board engagement, invest in technology, continue serving members impactfully, and many more.

Mark your calendars for a series of Haynes Circle educational offerings in 2022 on March 8, June 14, Sept. 6, and Dec. 6. For additional information, contact Director, Member Success and Communications Christy Clark.

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