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SE CUNA Management School taking registrations
COLUMBIA, S.C. (3/16/12)--Registration is open for the Southeast CUNA Management School, scheduled for June 8-15.

The school is co-hosted by the University of Georgia in Athens and the credit union  associations representing Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia credit unions.

The Southeast CUNA Management School has for forty years included faculty from the University of Georgia's Terry College of Business and the credit union industry. The school's faculty for 2012 includes Credit Union National Association President/CEO Bill Cheney.

Prospective students must be full-time employees of a league- and CUNA-affiliated credit union and have either management or supervisory responsibility. Enrollment is limited to 45 first-year students on a first-come, first-served basis. Scholarships are available through the host states' leagues for their member institutions.

The school curriculum is delivered in three annual stages, with students in residence for eight days of summer course work each year. Between annual sessions, students apply new knowledge to projects that require strategic analysis of their credit unions and research of relevant industry issues. Once enrolled in the first year, students must complete the three-year series within five calendar years.
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