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#12418: Junteenth: A Celebration of Freedom

Educators Credit Union is passionate about supporting an inclusive and equal society. With that goal in mind, Educators is proud to join our community in celebrating Juneteenth on June 19. Juneteenth is the celebration of slavery ending in America. On June 19, 1865, Union soldiers reached Galveston, Texas with news that the Civil War had ended and the slaves were … Read more »

#12347: A Message From Educators Credit Union Management

As we approach Educators’ 83rd Annual Meeting, we take the time to reflect on this past year and look to avenues to support our members moving forward. We have all faced challenges this past year with the pandemic, with the economy and with issues surrounding social justice. Members who are in need due to economic distress caused by COVID-19 or … Read more »

#12317: June 2020 Member Focus

Our latest Member Focus is headed to mailboxes, but you can check out the digital copy right here! In the June edition, you’ll learn about the 2020 scholarship recipients, our new video banking platform and more! Share this:  

#12277: Last Chance to Save on a Vehicle!

The Educators and AutoWerks Spring Car Event1 and the Preferred Dealer Network Sale ends this Saturday, May 30! When the doors lock, you’ll miss out on some great opportunities for big savings on a vehicle or lease during the Spring Car Event. Offers include: An additional $250 off on already discounted AutoWerks pricing. 1% of your loan amount in cash … Read more »

#12237: WeCU Brings the Meeting to You!

Educators Credit Union members can now bring our expert staff to their desktop* with WeCU video banking! WeCU is a secure video meeting platform. Members can use it to meet with a member finance representative at one of our 24 local branches Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon. Our member … Read more »

#12035: Tips to Avoid Texting Scams

Over the weekend, I was catching up with a friend. He got a text during our conversation and stopped to look at it. It was someone requesting a charitable donation to help those hurt by COVID-19. When my friend read the text to me, there were two things that stood out immediately: the text had a pretty noticeable grammar mistake … Read more »