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Nominations Due Monday For WOCCU Distinguished Service Award
Click to view larger image At the 2012 World Credit Union Conference in Gdańsk, Poland, World Council of Credit Union's Chair Manuel Rabines (left) presented the Distinguished Service Award to Barry Jolette, a former regulator, World Council chair and president/ CEO of San Mateo CU, Redwood City, Calif.  (Photo provided by the World Council of Credit Unions)
MADISON, Wis. (3/8/13)--Monday is the deadline to nominate individuals and organizations for the World Council of Credit Unions' (WOCCU) Distinguished Service Award (DSA), the credit union industry's top honor.

Awards will be presented at the World Credit Union Conference in Ottawa, Canada, July 14-17.

The DSA honors individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions to the international credit union movement and who have furthered World Council's vision of "building a global community."

Individual recipients may be WOCCU member organization officers, directors or  representatives; international credit union pioneers; field technicians; or individuals whose actions have  benefitted global credit union development.

Institutional recipients may be organizations or agencies that have provided financial or technical assistance to develop international credit union movements and their service infrastructures over an extended period.

Nominations must be from a WOCCU member organization.

To download a nomination form and see a list of past winners, use the link.
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