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Registration Open for Young Professionals Workshop; Apply to Reverse Crash!
Register now for our 9th Annual Young Professionals Workshop being held in Lafayette April 21 & 22. 
NEW! This year we are taking our workshop from a Friday & Saturday to a Tuesday & Wednesday. We have pushed the start time back on Tuesday so that attendees can travel in that day if they choose and Wednesday will end by lunch.

Our keynote session will kick off with dynamic speaker, Raven Solomon, as she talks about the '20 Rules of Effective Multi-Generational Leadership.' Attendees will interact with Lacey Weaver, LCUL's SVP of Member Engagement, to learn more about what the League has to offer in her session League 101. 

On  Tuesday, April 21, join us for a networking reception at Rock n' Bowl Lafayette from 7 - 9:30 pm. This is open to anyone that would like to attend for $35 (cost is included in registration fee for full workshop attendee). Come enjoy a night of networking, bowling, and food! 

Are the seasoned credit union advocates ready for a unique and rejuvenating experience? We are bringing back our Reverse Crasher program with a special panel discussion about their journey in the credit union movement and any advice for our young professionals. 

And the winner is... Do you know a Young Professional that should be recognized for their hard work and contribution to the movement? Nominate them for YP of the Year! Deadline for nominations is March 12.

Visit the League's website for full workshop details, application to Reverse Crash, Nomination form for YP of the Year, and to register to attend the full workshop or just the Networking Social! 
Louisiana GAC Now Open for Registration
Louisiana credit union advocates can now register for the Louisiana Credit Union League's 2020 State Governmental Affairs Conference, slated for April 14-15 at the Hilton Baton Rouge Capitol Center. 
State GAC features networking opportunities, legislative and government updates, and both formal and informal meetings with lawmakers from throughout Louisiana. Our annual Legislative Seafood Social at the Capitol Park Museum will take place the evening of the April 14 from 5:30 to 8:30 pm.
Additional details will be provided in the weeks ahead. To learn more or register, visit the League's website.
CFPB Requesting Survey Response on TRID Rule; Due March 6
The CFPB is assessing the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosures (TRID) Rule.  As part of its assessment, the CFPB has issued industry surveys for loan originators, loan officers, and closing companies. The surveys can be found here

Participation is voluntary, however, the surveys will assist the CFPB in understanding the effects of the rule and the responses from community-based lenders will provide the CFPB with a better picture of how those entities were affected by the TRID Rule. The deadline to submit a survey response is March 6, 2020.
CUNA Announces Theme for 2020 Youth Month
National Credit Union Youth Month serves to encourage kids to develop healthy saving habits by making savings fun and exciting. This campaign is your credit union's opportunity to engage with young members and show them that your credit union is there to help them throughout their financial journey.
"Money Magic! Share, Spend and Save at Your Credit Union" is the official theme for this year's National Credit Union Youth Month. This whimsical theme makes it fun for kids to save for their future and helps them find joy in setting aside a little money for everyday spending and helping others. This year's imagery centers on five kid-friendly characters:

Need help celebrating Youth Month at your credit union? Reach out to our member engagement team today!