Last Chance to Register for June 27 Webinar on Industry Awards

Awards season is here but before you submit an entry for the Dora Maxwell, Louise Herring or Alphonse Desjardins awards, why not take an hour to learn tips and tricks from award winners and past judges?

On Thursday, June 27, at 2 p.m., MCUL & Affiliates will host a webinar entitled “Industry Awards: Why They Matter and What it Takes to Win.” This free session is open to anyone in the Michigan credit union community and will focus on the importance of using these award opportunities as a tool to share your credit union’s good works.

If your credit union has ever thought about entering but never taken the step, or if you’ve entered in the past and can’t figure out why you haven’t won, this is the webinar for you. 

Entering these awards, as well as the MCUL/MCUF awards, does not need to be a difficult or a complicated process. Attend the webinar and hear directly from past judges and winners as to what makes a strong entry, and what you can be doing throughout the year to document your credit union’s efforts.

To register for the webinar, contact Kathryn Hall at or (800) 262-6285, ext. 470.

To learn more about the awards and access a link to the entry forms, click here.

Credit unions of all asset sizes are eligible to submit entries for the different awards. Entries must be received by Aug. 2 and should cover activities that took place between roughly June 2012 and June 2013. Credit unions may submit entries for more than one award. For a chart explaining the differences between the awards, click here.

Submissions to Monitor may be emailed. Bryan Laviolette is the editor of Monitor. Contact him by email or call (800) 262-6285, ext. 233. The newsletter of the Michigan Credit Union League is published Monday mornings or Tuesday mornings when Monday is a holiday. There is no Monitor the week after Christmas and the week after the Annual Convention and Exposition. The MCUL reserves the right to edit submissions for clarity and space.
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