About

State Employees Community Credit Union has as its mission the responsibility for providing an efficient, effective, and well-managed financial institution that meets the needs of its membership.  In order to accomplish this mission, the State Employees Community Credit Union will continue a sound yet progressive asset management strategy and provide new and improved financial services to current and future members through membership input and management initiatives.

History and Structure

State Employees Community Credit Union is a voluntary, nonprofit, cooperative association of individuals sharing a common employment bond as defined by our field of membership.  Each member is an owner of the Credit Union and is entitled to a single vote regarding the business of the Credit Union.  The State Employees Community Credit Union was established to provide employees and family members a means to save and borrow money.

The Board is directly responsible to the Membership.  The Supervisory Committee is the Credit Union’s and the Membership’s watchdog.  While it is appointed by the Board from the Credit Union’s Membership, it too is directly responsible to the Membership.  The Committee is responsible for regulatory and procedural compliance and Credit Union safety and soundness.  The Credit Union President is hired by the Board of Directors.  The President reports directly to the Board.  The President is responsible for the execution of the Board’s directions in the daily operations of the Credit Union and in meeting Members’ expectations.  The President hires and manages the performance of all staff for the benefit of the Membership.


 

Holiday Closings for 2017

January 16  Martin Luther King Jr February 13  Lincoln’s Birthday Day
February 20 Presidents’ Day May29  Memorial Day
July 4  Independence Day September 4  Labor Day
October 9 Columbus Day November 10  Veterans Day
November 23 & 24 Thanksgiving December 25 Christmas
 January 1, 2018 New Years Day

 


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