Join the GRID Young Professionals in shaping the future

Published by: Melanie Shaner

October 4, 2023 | GRID Young Professionals

Are you a young professional with a passion for making a positive impact on your community and the financial industry? If so, we invite you to submit your candidacy to join the leadership committee for the GRID Young Professionals Network. This is a unique opportunity to play a pivotal role in guiding a state-wide program that encourages lifelong involvement with credit unions through advocacy, education, and local/state-wide programming. This committee has three seats opening with two-year terms at the start of 2024. As a member of this committee, you will have the chance to:

  • Advocate for Change: Work on initiatives that promote the values and benefits of credit unions to your peers and the broader community.
  • Educate and Empower: Lead and develop educational programs, networking, and resources that empower individuals to pursue professional growth and engage with credit unions.
  • Connect and Collaborate: Network with like-minded professionals, share ideas, and collaborate on innovative projects that benefit the Credit Union Movement.

If you’re excited about the prospect of shaping the future of credit unions and expanding your leadership strengths through the GRID Leadership Committee, submit your application by Oct. 27. Join your peers in building a brighter future for credit unions and young professionals alike! Looking for additional ways to engage? Don’t miss the chance to connect with your peers in person at one of the upcoming Regional Connections on October 13. Attendees will hear from speaker Brody Lorda about combatting the challenges of “Imposter Syndrome,” followed by an after-hours networking event.

Contact Melanie Shaner for questions or assistance.

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