In The Community

Travis Credit Union employees actively support the people and communities we serve through an investment of financial resources and human capital. We’re also engaged based on our core purpose, promoting the mission of "People Helping People”, through financial literacy and advocacy initiatives. Here are some of the events our employees participated in over the past few months.

Central Valley Annual Meeting

Central Valley Annual Meeting

TCU President and CEO Barry Nelson led the credit union’s Central Valley Annual Meeting on May 24 at the Castle Air Museum in Atwater. Mr. Nelson spoke about items discussed at our recent 65th Annual Meeting and talked about information pertaining to our branches in Atwater and Merced.


Dixon May Fair Parade

Dixon May Fair Parade

Travis Credit Union was a proud participant in the Dixon May Fair Parade on May 7. TCU employees are actively involved in the communities we serve.


KUIC Coffee Break

KUIC Coffee Break

On August 8, Travis Credit Union was featured on KUIC’s Coffee Break program. Art Schwartz, Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer, spoke about how Travis is hiring for a variety of open positions. See www.traviscu.org/careers if you or someone you know is looking for an opportunity with a great company.


The Leaven Visit

The Leaven Visit

Students from The Leaven stopped by to visit a Travis Credit Union branch and our Corporate Headquarters on June 28 in Vacaville. They learned about the various roles of employees and got to hang out with T-Bird, our mascot.


Mad City Money with Travis Management

Mad City Money- Vallejo 2016

On June 24, Travis Credit Union’s management team spent a morning helping Vallejo teens at the credit union’s Mad City Money program. This popular and long-running program teaches youth basic money skills such as budgeting and the difference between wants and needs.

 


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