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LSCU Council Conference

Council Conference registration is available as an add-on to your SCUCE registration or as a standalone registration. In order to add Council Conference registration to your SCUCE registration, please be sure to check the box next to the following registration option: “Check this box if you would like to add on Council Conference to your SCUCE Registration.”

If you would like to register for Council Conference only, please click here.

Upcoming council events!

Keep up to date on when the next council meeting is.

2024 LSCU Council Calendar
Why should you join a LSCU Networking council?

Peer Learning and Networking: The heart of the program lies in bringing together professionals in specific roles within credit unions. This platform enables members to connect, network, and learn from their peers who share similar responsibilities and challenges.

Idea Exchange: The Council program fosters an environment that encourages the exchange of ideas, insights, and experiences. Members can collaboratively tackle common issues and explore innovative solutions to industry-specific challenges.

Resource Sharing: A critical aspect of the program is the collaboration of contacts, resources, and best practices. This knowledge-sharing approach allows members to benefit from each other's experiences, building a collective repository of expertise.

Access to Educational and Training Content: Being a part of the Council program provides members with access to a wealth of educational and training resources. This includes virtual and in-person meetings, featuring engaging and dynamic speakers who address the most current and pertinent topics in their respective fields.

Up-to-Date Information: Participation in the Council program ensures members stay at the forefront of industry trends and developments. This exposure to the latest educational content equips professionals with the knowledge and skills needed to excel in their roles.

Localized Networking Community: The Council program creates a localized networking community where members can establish valuable connections and resources specific to their field of expertise. This localized focus enhances the effectiveness of networking and resource-sharing.

Your council membership will include:

- 3 Meetings Per Year, (2) virtual & (1) in-person
- Access to an Online Community to Network with other Members. This online community will bring you the ability to connect with other members in discussions, the ability to share documents and resources and a space for you to review and refer to past council meeting presentations, videos, and other resources.

what people say

LSCU Councils are not only a targeted means to elevate knowledge of relevant information for a variety of professions in the Credit Union arena, but also a channel for cultivating peer and mentor relationships that may otherwise not develop without Council involvement. Councils put the best foot of Credit Union collaboration forward by providing regional engagement opportunities for a variety of disciplines, career levels, and leadership paths.
Brandi McKinney
Brandi McKinney

VP, HR & Compliance
Alabama Credit Union

When it comes to cultivating stronger, more knowledgeable credit union employees, nothing beats the collaborative style of the councils format. You’ll be surprised what kind of outside-the-box ideas your professionals will bring back to your credit union after networking and learning at a council meeting. It’s a game changer when it comes to innovation and growth!
Suzanne Weinstein
Suzanne Weinstein

Orlando Credit Union

Professional development and team culture have become increasingly important since the pandemic altered many aspects of workplace values. The camaraderie and idea sharing provided through the LSCU councils is invaluable to not only helping our team grow professionally but also remain engaged in the credit union movement, truly setting us apart from other industries.
Chuck Adcock
Chuck Adcock

Florida State University Credit Union