Volunteers Needed!

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Chippewa County Credit Union Board of Directors is currently accepting applications for the volunteer position of Associate Director. Associate Directors are appointed to learn the inter-workings of the credit union board, be involved in discussion, and help continue innovation within our organization!
Desired candidates must have a clean criminal record, show exemplary credit history, be a member in good standing of the credit union, and be able to attend monthly meetings. Interested candidates can submit a resume and letter of interest to employment@chippewacountycu.com with the subject heading: Associate Director, by September 16, 2016.

Credit Union Membership: What is a Credit Union?

If you ask someone what a credit union is, they might tell you something boring like, “it’s a not-for-profit, financial services business, run by a volunteer board of directors.”

That’s the basic business model for a credit union but what really sets Chippewa County Credit Union apart from the rest? WE LOVE OUR COMMUNITY! We are constantly looking for ways to reinvest time, partner, and promote our local organizations. We also can’t get enough of our local employer groups like War Memorial Hospital, Lake Superior State University, the State of Michigan’s Correction Workers, teachers and support staff from the Intermediate School District, and many more!

So why choose Chippewa County Credit Union?

  1. LOW COST SERVICES: Our unique volunteer board structure allows us to offer more low cost services to our members instead of paying stockholders. Our board represents our membership and is always working with your best interest in mind.
  2. LOW FEES: Our fee structure is one of the lowest in the industry! Just because you’re paying higher fees at your bank, doesn’t mean you’re getting more for your money. 
  3. KEEP YOUR OWN MONEY: We don’t require a large minimum balance to maintain an account so you can use more of your own money.
  4. ACCESS: We have top notch online services and you have nation wide access to over 20,000 credit union network ATM as well as Co-op Shared Branching services so you can access your money from nearly everywhere you go!
  5. GREAT RATES: We are constantly reviewing the local market to make sure that our loan rates match or beat our competitors.

Why wait? Come in and see us to open a new account! We’ll need a $5.00 deposit, your state issued ID with your current address, and about 20-30 minutes of your time. Give us a call at (906) 632-3134 if you have questions prior to your visit.


Main Office Hours:

Lobby

Monday-Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Drive Thru

Monday-Wednesday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm

Thursday and Friday 8:30 am – 5:30 pm

Saturdays (Drive Thru Only)

9:00 am – Noon

Kinross Office Hours

Lobby

Monday-Wednesday 9:00 am – 4:30 pm

Thursday and Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Saturday

No Saturday Hours in Kinross

 


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Important Numbers

AVA Toll Free: 877.811.8227
VISA Lost/Stolen: 800.828.3901
Debit Card Lost/Stolen: 800.528.2273
Debit Activation: 866.619.0245
Debit PIN Reset: 877.267.6914
Routing Number: 291173047
Online Bill Pay: 877-314-7833

NMLS Number: 662854

Our Locations

Main Office
402 West Spruce Street
Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783
PH: 906.632.3134
FAX: 906.632.3137

Kinross Office
4868 West M-80
Kincheloe, MI 49788
PH: 906.495.1161
FAX: 906.495.1163

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Important Message from Chippewa County Credit Union

Please note online banking security changes taking place on June 12, 2016. Visit the “Password and Challenge Question Changes” tab in the Menu on our Homepage for more information.

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