This October 22nd-25th, join credit union decision makers from all over the country for a networking and education opportunity unmatched in the Northeast United States. For four days, credit union professionals will gather to learn valuable industry knowledge about collections, mortgages, and consumer lending from respected industry leaders. Attend workshops every day, then enjoy live entertainment and refreshments in the evenings. Mingle and network in the Vendor Hall between sessions to discover products and services to build your business.
Each training workshop is two days long and repeats once during the week. Attendees may attend one workshop for two days or stay for the entire expo and attend two workshops.
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Radisson Hotel Harrisburg & Convention Center
1150 Camp Hill Bypass
Camp Hill, PA 17011
Room Rate is good until – August 31st, 2018
Hali Plachecki, Regional Trainer form MGIC knows first-hand from her thirty years in the mortgage industry, the value of training and its importance in the ever changing world of mortgage banking.
More Info & Daily Agenda for Mortgage Training
Brett Christensen, owner of CU Lending Advice, LLC, consults and conducts training sessions on various lending topics to professionals that work in the credit union industry.
More Info & Daily Agenda for Consumer Lending Training
Christy Curtis Jones, a shareholder with the law firm of Sherpy & Jones, P.A., provides training to make sure that your credit union is doing everything in its power to reduce the negative effect of member bankruptcies.
More Info & Daily Agenda for Collection Training
This is your chance to connect with nearly 200 credit union executives and employees who are looking for your products and services to build their business. Introduce yourself to all of the conference attendees at the Monday evening welcome reception where food and entertainment will keep people mingling with you for hours in the Vendor Hall. Continue networking all day Tuesday during the open Vendor Hall, as attendees float in and out of sessions and credit union professionals who are not attending can stop by to look around.
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