As professionals, social networking can be the key to advancing your career to the next step. Meeting attendees discovered how to improve their LinkedIn profile to generate interest, connections, and networking opportunities. Not only did speaker Agnes Furst deliver an entertaining and informative session, she also invited everyone to join her on LinkedIn to continue to receive these useful tips. A big thanks to Agnes from the PCCCU, and also a big thanks to Integrity Solutions for sponsoring April’s meeting!
Come join us next month at our last meeting of the session and learn how to create high performing cultures throughout your Credit Union with Terri O’Halloran. We will be hosting a dinner meeting at Tacoma Country and Golf Club on Tuesday, May 21st. Networking will begin at 5:30. Elections of next year’s board will follow the presentation. Look for the invitation coming soon!
Have you got your foursome together yet for the 2nd Annual PCCCU Golf Tournament? If you have, make sure you are registering with Heather Fate to guarantee your spot. You won’t want to miss this year’s event! We have fabulous prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place teams, prizes for longest drive, straightest drive, and closest to the pin, a hole in one competition, food, drinks, and FUN!!! As a reminder, it will be a shotgun start at 1pm on Thursday, May 23rd at Meadow Park Golf Course. The cost is $50 a player. Questions? Contact Kelly Haag at Kelly.Haag@becu.org.
Thanks to your wonderful and vocal support, Heather Fate of TAPCO Credit Union landed the award for the scholarship to attend the Emerging Leader’s program! Please take a moment to congratulate our winner. Hmmm… wonder if she would consider taking on the Presidency?
What a great morning we had at our March PCCCU meeting! Carol Bowser intrigued the crowd with a wonderful presentation on communication at the workplace. Chapter members walked away with tools to better help them identify issues within a conflict and adjust their communication accordingly. Carol Bowser did not disappoint. Be sure to join us at our next meeting, Tuesday April 23rd! The topic will be social media and our presenter is Agnus Furst.
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The Pierce County Chapter would like to thank Carol for a fun, energetic and lively discussion!!
We are pleased to announce the 2nd Annual PCCCU Golf Tournament date has been set: We will all tee off at 1:00pm on Thursday, May 23rd at Meadow Park Golf Course. New additions to this year’s event include the aforementioned shot-gun start, a new restaurant to serve snacks and dinner, a reception and awards ceremony to follow, and new sponsorship opportunities! There will be competition holes, prizes, food, drinks, and fun had by all.
To register a team or individual player, please send the player(s) name(s) and contact information to PCCCU. Next, click on the PayPal drop down list below and pay for your registration. You may register as individuals or as a team.
To sponsor this event, please select from the sponsorship opportunities below. For more information about what the sponsorship includes, please contact us by clicking HERE.
One Player – $50
Two Players – $100
Three Players – $150
Four Players – $200
* Reception Sponsor – $2500
* Sponsorship: Platinum – $1000
* Golf Cart Sponsor – $1000
* Sponsorship: Gold – $750
* Drink Cart Sponsor – $500
* Sponsorship: Silver – $500
* Longest Drive – $300
* Closest to the Pin – $300
* Straightest Drive – $300
* Hole in One – $200
* Hole Sponsor – $200
On Thursday, February 7th, several PCCCU Board members, along with two sponsored PCCCU Chapter members exercised their political networking skills in Olympia at the NWCUA Washington Credit Union Day at the Capitol. It was a day filled with informative speakers, bill education, legislative meetings, and yellow scarves. Click HERE to see pictures from the event, and HERE to read more. (insert Heather’s picture of the capitol)