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Alaska CU League Donates $18,250 to Alaska Business Week to Promote Business Education

Photo: Alaska Credit Union League donates $18,250 to Alaska Business Week. Pictured (from left) are James Wileman, President and CEO, Credit Union 1, Andy Rogers, Executive Director, Alaska BusinessWeek, Dan McCue, Senior Vice President Corporate Relations, Alaska USA Federal Credit Union, Kyler Howlett, President, Northern Skies Federal Credit Union, Jamie Tambornino, Senior Vice President Administrative Development, Denali Federal Credit Union, and Chad Bostick, Chief Financial Officer, Matanuska Valley Federal Credit Union.

Anchorage, Alaska – The Alaska Credit Union League donated $18,250 to Alaska Business Week to support and promote the business education of Alaska’s future leaders and entrepreneurs. The Alaska Credit Union League has supported the Alaska Business Week program since the program started in 2010. In total, they have contributed $139,000, which has supported the League’s mission to improve people’s financial lives through education.

“We appreciate the Alaska Credit Union League’s ongoing support for Alaska Business Week. They continue to be one of our strongest supporters and best group of advocates,” said Andy Rogers, Executive Director for Alaska Business Week. “It’s nice knowing our missions align and allow for the youth in our state to benefit from financial education.”

About Alaska Business Week

Alaska Business Week is a one-week summer program for Alaska high school students. The program teaches participants basic principals of private sector business and important leadership skills they will need for their post high school plans. Participants live on a college campus, work as teams on a dynamic business simulation, develop a new product concept, and present their results with the guidance of a mentor from the business community.

About Alaska Credit Union League

The Alaska Credit Union League is comprised of 11 credit unions throughout the state: Alaska District Engineers Federal Credit Union, Alaska USA Federal Credit Union, ALPS Federal Credit Union, 
Credit Union 1, Denali Federal Credit Union, Matanuska Valley Federal Credit Union, MAC Federal Credit Union, Northern Skies Federal Credit Union, Spirit of Alaska Federal Credit Union, Tongass Federal Credit Union, and True North Federal Credit Union. 

Learn more at alaskacreditunions.org.


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