Nearly two million Pennsylvanians are struggling with hunger. Of them, 500,000 are children. While food banks can help to meet these needs, PA’s charitable food network has seen an unprecedented rise in demand since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and the accompanying economic downturn.
Pennsylvania’s largest credit union, opened the application period for the 27th year of its annual scholarship program today. The program awards six scholarships, valued at up to $8,000 each, to graduating high school seniors to help reduce the cost of pursuing postsecondary education. Since its inception, the PSECU Scholarship program has awarded more than $750,000 in scholarships to more than 150 students.
PSECU hosted 108 golfers for its annual PSECU Chips In Golf Outing on September 15, 2022, at Dauphin Highlands Golf Course in Harrisburg.
PSECU has named one of their annual scholarships in honor of long-time board member Frank J. Breiner who recently passed away.
PSECU recently welcomed two new employees: Jose Pascual as Head of Mortgage and Darren Neuschwander as Head of Consumer Lending.
PSECU Announces Adam Stewart as Vice President of Strategic Growth, Marketing, and Relationship Management
PSECU announces the promotion of Adam Stewart to Vice President of Strategic Growth, Marketing, and Relationship Management.
PSECU is proud to announce Gina Seibert as its new Chief Financial Officer. Seibert succeeds Carol Noblitt, who announced her retirement on July 5, 2022.
Forbes Magazine recently released its list of Best-In-State Credit Unions for 2022. PSECU, Pennsylvania’s largest credit union, is proud to announce that it was included as one of just five credit unions on the list for the state.
PSECU President & CEO, George Rudolph Named to Lehigh Valley Business’s Power 30 Banking & Finance List
PSECU President & CEO, George W. Rudolph, has been named to the 2022 Lehigh Valley Business as one of the region’s power players for their annual Power 30 Banking & Finance List.
Winners of PSECU’s Annual Scholarship Program Announced, $48,000 in Funds Awarded for Postsecondary Education
PSECU announced today the winners of its 26th annual scholarship program. Each year, the program awards six scholarships - valued up to $8,000 each for a total of $48,000 - to graduating high school seniors to help reduce the financial burden of pursuing postsecondary education. Winners are selected based on their academic achievement, extracurricular involvement, and critical thinking and writing skills.