Chapters are an extension of the Association and help facilitate the Association’s goals by providing member credit unions with resources at a regional level. Mississippi’s chapters promote unity among credit unions through communication, training, career development, networking, and collaborative community projects. They help strengthen and preserve the credit union movement’s unique cooperative spirit and philosophy. Upcoming chapter meetings are published in our Calendar of Events.
The MS CEO Discussion Listserve is a group e-mail distribution list to share discussion about issues affecting credit union CEOs. MSCUA limits membership to credit union President/CEO and executive staff who are approved by the credit union President/CEO.
Among the benefits of MMA membership are networking & training opportunities, as well as the opportunity for MMA members to apply for educational scholarships to assist with their continuing education & professional development. The goal of the Managers Association is to help members grow professionally!
MSCUA organizes peer groups to promote professional development and meaningful connections for credit union professionals in the areas of compliance, marketing, and human resources. Contact MSCUA to learn more.
Through professional development, networking, and peer support, LEAD (Leaders Engaging in Action & Development) is a forum for the development of future credit union leaders in the state of Mississippi.
MSCUA is bringing the financial counseling conversation and continuing development education to the next level with Counselors Corner networking platform. This platform is an extended service of the FiCEP Portal – the instructional enhancement tool used by those who earned their Certified Credit Union Financial Counselor (CCUFC) designation. Through Counselors Corner you can network, share ideas, and bounce questions off certified counselors from multiple states. Start discussions, provide input, upload and share documents, participate in free quarterly live zoom chats, and more. We know how important it is for our Certified Financial Counselors to continue to develop and grow skills to make an impact with members and their communities. Don’t delay, join the conversation today! Learn more at https://mscua.com/cuficep/.
In groups or individually, Mississippi credit unions are encouraged to host a Financial Reality Fair/Education Program, a simulation that helps students learn what it takes to make ends meet and helps them gain a better appreciation of the importance of budgeting, financial planning, and making smart choices.
The Raiffeisen Group, LLC (TRGroup) is a collaboration of seven state leagues utilizing our collective strength to bring best-of-class products, services, and service to credit unions at the lowest possible cost. TRGroup was formed by the trade associations serving credit unions in Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia.
Southeast CUNA Management School & Southeast Directors Conference Southeast Regional Credit Union Schools (SRCUS) is a collaboration of eight southeastern credit union leagues. Through collaboration with CUNA and Affiliates, SRCUS hosts the Southeast CUNA Management School, where credit union professionals receive advanced academic instruction on a variety of topics including management, leadership, and financial analysis.
SRCUS also hosts the annual Southeast Directors Conference, which provides a full range of informative educational sessions about critical issues important for credit union directors and committee members in today’s ever-changing financial industry.
Southeast Regional Credit Union Schools (SRCUS) is a collaboration of the Carolinas, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Southeastern, Tennessee, and Virginia credit union leagues/associations.
The CO-OP Shared Branch network allows members of one credit union to perform a range of transactions at another credit union. Through the CO-OP Shared Branch network, participating credit unions can serve members in diverse geographical locations, even when they move or travel.
Launched in 2020, this collaborative effort from the Credit Union National Association seeks to gather short video stories from credit union employees and members about ways in which their credit union helps build a better community.