Any credit union staff member or director can join CUES at the individual level.
|Credit Union Staff||$895.00||$1,115.00|
|Credit Union Directors||$495.00||$615.00|
Individual Membership Benefits
A blend of pre-set learning pathways and curated content, CUES Learning Portal, Powered by Degreed, offers an easy way to expand your skillset in just about any business topic you can imagine. From leadership and coaching to creative writing and data science, from communication to innovation and strategy to customer service, we have what you are looking to learn.
You can also build connections and leverage relationships when you recommend what you’ve learned with others. Managers—easily view the progress of your staff to aid in their development.
This online networking tool is dedicated to helping you easily connect and share with other CUES members. Plus, you can join communities, access our documents library, discover tips to help you make the most of your membership—and so much more. Think of it as your CUES Membership hub—access to everything CUES, right at your fingertips.
Save time and keep your organization up-to-date! Easily access and download credit union policy and procedure documents shared by fellow members, and contribute your own for others to use. You’ll find Members Share conveniently located in CUESNet.
Stay on top of the latest CU news with print and digital subscriptions to CUES monthly magazine. This publication is consistently top-rated within the industry, and offers articles covering general management, board, operations, marketing, and human resources.
Increase your competency on critical board topics with continually updated, interactive director education courses.
You’ll find all courses are highly interactive and engaging, and were designed with great features to aid learning, including workbooks you can use as learning tools and takeaways, voice over and closed captioning features which can be turned on and off, and engaging visual design and infographics.
This whitepaper reports on high-level findings from the CUES Talent Development Survey, and offers four primary action steps to help credit unions overcome the most critical talent development challenges identified in this research.