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Development Education Scholarships extended to March 20
MADISON, Wis. (3/17/08)--The National Credit Union Foundation (NCUF) has extended the deadline to March 20 for credit union staff and volunteers to apply for scholarships to Credit Union Development Education (DE) training. “These scholarships intend to make it easy as possible for credit unions to send representatives to DE Training despite the tough economy,” said NCUF Executive Director Steve Delfin. “In these challenging times, training on cooperative principles and credit union values is more important than ever.” DE Training is scheduled for April 3-9 at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. Scholarships are available through NCUF's DE Fund for credit unions that could not otherwise afford the registration fee of $1,600 (double room) or $1,700 (single room). The registration fee includes all training materials, meals and lodging. Credit unions interested in a scholarship can use the link. DE training is open to everyone, from new employees who need a credit union orientation, to seasoned executives who need to recharge (News Now March 3). NCUF is the primary sponsor of the DE program. Support is provided by the World Council of Credit Unions, the Credit Union National Association, CUNA Mutual Group, state credit union leagues and foundations. Questions can be directed to Program Director Tom Decker at 800-356-9655, ext. 4374 or tdecker@ncuf.coop
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