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Just an fyi that our Meadowbrook and Creston parking lots will be repaved this Saturday, limiting access to those ATMs on part of Saturday and Sunday.  The Creston branch will be open and available as usual from 9am-noon Saturday.

My Branch: Georgetown

2187 Port Sheldon St. Jenison, MI 49428

M 9-5 | T-T 9:30-5 | F 9-6

My Branch: Creston

1327 Plainfield N.E. Grand Rapids, MI 49505

M 9-6 | T-T 9:30-5 | F 9-6 | S 9-12

My Branch: Meadowbrook

4833 Town Center Dr S.E., Grand Rapids, MI 49512

M 9-5 | T-T 9:30-5 | F 9-6

My Branch: Coopersville

1147 W. Randall St., Coopersville, MI, 49404

M 9-6 | T-T 9:30-5 | F 9-6 | S 9-12

My Branch: Wyoming

1414 Burton St. SW, Wyoming, MI, 49509

M 9-6 | T-T 9:30-5 | F 9-6 | S 9-12

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Board Volunteer

Associate Director

Have you ever thought about what it would be like to run a business with over $125 million in assets and over 13,000 members? Are you looking for a way to use your talent and insight to give something back to your community? Would you like to help guide the future direction of a multi-faceted local organization whose genuine goal is to help people in your community move their financial lives forward?

Become a My Personal Credit Union Associate Director!

As a member-owned financial cooperative, My Personal Credit Union relies on member volunteers to ensure financial soundness and guide strategic and policy decisions in everything from technology and branches to product development and member services. By becoming a Associate Director, you can develop your knowledge and skills to help your not-for-profit credit union continue to grow and respond to members’ needs. Volunteering also provides an excellent opportunity to further develop business and leadership skills, and network with other area leaders. My Personal Credit Union volunteers are an integral part of MPCU’s success.

Enhance your skills while helping your community.

MPCU Associate Directors represent the best interests of MPCU’s members, which is part of what makes credit unions unique. In addition to attending monthly board meetings, Associate Directors have opportunities to serve on special committees and to receive free training and education on issues important to the credit union and its members.

How to apply for a Volunteer Position

If you would like to pursue this exciting opportunity, please submit the form on the right. Because MPCU Associate Directors are very important to the organization’s success, we ask that applicants meet all of the following important qualifications:

  • Membership in good standing with MPCU
  • Ability to demonstrate personal financial responsibility
  • At least 18 years of age and bondable
  • Available for all monthly and occasional special meetings
  • Willing to attend planning sessions and training programs at MPCU’s expense
  • Able to work as a team member
  • Not a relative or family member of, or in a significant relationship with, a MPCU employee

MPCU Associate Director Program Description/Responsibilities

For more information about becoming a MPCU Associate Director, please send an email to mpcuchairman@gmail.com

A volunteer’s own words:

“Serving as a MPCU Director has given me the unique opportunity to use my skills and experiences to serve my fellow credit union members and the community overall…which feels great! Keeping the member’s best interests in mind while making decisions needed to run a successful, growing credit union has been rewarding. While working with our team of directors and the management team, I have both contributed and learned a lot. And I feel like I have enhanced my leadership and communication skills. I have really enjoyed becoming part of the MPCU family.” - MPCU Director


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