140930 Mandeville Scholarship

Are you a high school senior? Are you or your parent/guardian an EECU member? Then it’s time for you to apply for a Glenn Mandeville Memorial Scholarship!

We’re seeking six deserving students to award $5,000 scholarships to help pay for college—three awards for students pursuing a career in education, and three awards for students in other fields of study. If you meet the following eligibility requirements, download an application and submit it to us by January 31, 2015. Continue reading

During the past year, you’ve seen a new tagline on EECU’s materials and your new Debit MasterCard – A Better Way of Banking™.

At EECU, A Better Way of Banking™ is not just a promise that we will be there when and where you need us. It extends into every part of our operations. Our success as a credit union lies in our dedication to ensuring we provide the best possible experience at every transaction.

You have unique financial needs and goals, and we’re committed to understanding those needs before we recommend products and services, and providing you with the tools to be successful. That means making sure you have access to financial education resources to develop your goals and convenient access to your accounts in order to manage your funds no matter where you are.

We hope you’re enjoying your banking experience, and we look forward to continuing to grow with you.

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You may think that, when it comes to mortgages, one loan is just like the next. But the truth is credit unions offer a variety of mortgage options and provide the most personal service experience around to help you through what can be a stressful process.

Buying a house, condominium, apartment or new home will likely involve the biggest financial commitment you’ll ever make, so it’s wise to consider all your options before deciding how to manage it.

We’ll walk you through the home loan process Continue reading

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has exploded online over the past few months as thousands of individuals learned more about the disease and showed their support by participating in the challenge and nominating friends. Some of those people were our members and employees. And because we care about what our family cares about, we decided to get involved, too, by donating $1,000 to the ALS Association to help fund research. To learn more about this disease or to donate, visit www.ALSA.org.

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