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28 receive CUNA certification as CU financial counselors
MADISON, Wis. (4/27/10)--Twenty-eight credit union professionals earned their financial counselor designation in March through the Credit Union National Association’s (CUNA) Certified Financial Counselor School. The school was held in Boston, March 14-18. Attendees learned how to work with members who have financial problems and discovered ways to help them prevent and solve future conflicts. To become a certified counselor, participants must attend CUNA’s Certified Financial Counselor School: Part I or II, or complete the self-study Credit Union Financial Counseling Certification Module. Professionals came from 20 states.
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