Student loans are just one of the expenses graduating college seniors need to consider when budgeting for post-graduation life. Day-to-day bills from things like housing and utilities, cell phone data plans, and gym memberships add to the list, and without proper planning, can quickly take starting salary surpluses into the red.
On December 9, Pennsylvania’s largest credit union, PSECU, will welcome Francis J. Pudner, Esquire, as the newest member of its executive leadership team. Bringing with him more than 18 years of legal experience in the financial services field, Pudner will serve as PSECU’s General Counsel and Vice President, Legal Services.
Following a nationwide search, Pennsylvania’s largest credit union, PSECU, will welcome Homer Renteria as its new Assistant Vice President of Marketing and Communications on November 12. Renteria brings with him more than 20 years of marketing experience, a large majority of which was spent in the banking and financial services fields.
On October 17, PSECU - Pennsylvania’s leading digital credit union - will join more than 89,000 credit unions around the world in celebration of International Credit Union Day (ICU Day). Held on the third Thursday of October since 1948, the observation recognizes the philosophy, importance, and ongoing achievements of the global credit union movement.
A take-home salary of $30,000 would make many graduating college students feel rich. Start factoring in day-to-day expenses, though - like housing, a car payment and insurance, a cell phone and data plan, food, clothes, and a gym membership - and before long, their budget could easily be in the red.
Recognizing that one phone call could save a life, PSECU, Pennsylvania’s anytime, anywhere digital credit union, recently donated a collection of satellite phones to the World Council of Credit Unions (WOCCU). The 25 Iridium 9505A devices, valued at approximately $12,000, will be repurposed by the organization to support its global disaster recovery and development projects.
Pennsylvania’s largest credit union, PSECU, announced the promotion of Nicholas Huntington to its executive leadership team today. In the newly created Vice President, Head of Internal Audit position, Huntington will lead the credit union’s Internal Audit Services Department and will be responsible for all aspects of the independent and objective internal audit functions that both improve and add value to the organization’s operations and processes.
Tomorrow, PSECU will launch its third annual PSECU Gives Back campaign through which individuals vote to select one of four nonprofit organizations to receive $2,200 in popular vote-based financial support from Pennsylvania’s largest credit union.
PSECU opened the application period for 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 financial burden of pursuing postsecondary education.
A total of $10,398.42 was raised to support the American Heart Association during the inaugural employee volleyball tournament at PSECU, Pennsylvania’s anytime anywhere digital credit union, on September 11.