Santa Fe’s BeWellNM Enrollment Center Open

Santa Fe’s BeWellNM Enrollment Center Open

Santa Fe’s BeWellNM Enrollment Center open during 2017 Special Enrollment Period
New Mexicans with qualifying life events may receive in-person assistance free of charge
 
SANTA FE, NM – BeWellNM’s Health Insurance Enrollment Center remains open to the public. During the Special Enrollment Period, individuals and families with “qualifying life events” may sign up all while guided by an enrollment counselor to access little to no cost health insurance. The Santa Fe Enrollment center is located at 2945 Rodeo Park Drive E Unit 5, for appointments call 505-954-1715. The Enrollment Center is a resource for New Mexicans seeking in-person assistance to learn about their health coverage options outside of the Open Enrollment season.
 
A Special Enrollment Period provides qualifying individuals and families with the opportunity to enroll in affordable health coverage that meets their medical needs and budget. Individuals may be eligible to apply for tax credits throughout the year. You may qualify for a Special Enrollment Period if you, or anyone in your household, lost qualifying health coverage in the past 60 days or expects to lose coverage in the next 60 days. Coverage losses that may qualify you for a Special Enrollment Period: losing health coverage or employment, loss of a family member, marriage, divorce, change of residence or birth of a new family member.
 
BeWellNM’s Santa Fe Health Insurance Enrollment Center is ready to serve consumers who need health coverage. The beWellnm.com website is also a resource where consumers can learn about health coverage options and obtain little to no cost health insurance. In addition to the enrollment center in Santa Fe, BeWellNM has offices available to the public in Las Cruces, Albuquerque and Gallup. On-site scheduled appointments are also available in Espanola, Las Vegas, and Pecos and are available year round. Free in-person assistance is available to the public in Spanish and other languages. Enrollment Counselors, Brokers and Agents can be found at our online tool at www.bewellnm.com/free-enrollment-help or by calling 1-855-996-6449.
 
Hours of operation for BeWellNM Santa Fe Enrollment Center Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
 
For more information about the New Mexico Health Insurance Marketplace, please visit www.beWellnm.com or call 1-855-996-6449 


Memorial Day Closure

Memorial Day Closure

All GCU locations will be closed on Monday, May 29 in observance of Memorial Day, but you still have access to your accounts 24/7 through our Online and Mobile Banking system.


New ATM in Española

New ATM in Española

Our Española location now has a brand new walk-up ATM! Stop by 460-G. N. Riverside Drive and test it out today.
 


Congratulations NMCUEF Scholarship Winners

Congratulations NMCUEF Scholarship Winners

Last week, the New Mexico Credit Union Education Foundation (NMCUEF) announced that 175 students have been selected to receive the 2017-2018 New Mexico Credit Union Education Foundation Scholarship. The 175 students were selected from a pool of more than 500 applications from across the state.
 
To read more about the NMCUEF Scholarship and see a list of the recipients CLICK HERE


Holiday Hours

Holiday Hours


Please Be Advised

Please Be Advised

Attention GCU Members:
 

 
Guadalupe Credit Union has received multiple reports of members receiving phone calls asking for their VISA information in order to lower their interest rates. Please do not give out your information. This is a scam. GCU will never contact you to ask for your personal information.
 
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call GCU directly at 505-982-8942 or 800-540-5382. Thank you!


Juntos Avanzamos

Juntos Avanzamos

Join us!
 

 
Friday, March 10, 2-7pm | Airport Branch – 3721 Academy Road in Santa Fe
 
FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, the fair brings together community groups with resources for everyone, but especially directed to the Hispanic community in Northern New Mexico. Participants include: Somos Un Pueblo Unido, Christus St. Vincent, United Way of Santa Fe County, beWellNM, Allegra Love Attorney, the Consulate of Mexico and more. Stop by to learn more and take part in the fun!

 


President’s Day

President’s Day


Guadalupe Credit Union Named Member Service High Performer

Guadalupe Credit Union Named Member Service High Performer


 
Guadalupe Credit Union has been named a 2016 fourth quarter top performer by outperforming its peers and earning among the highest scores in total member service experience.
 
Guadalupe Credit Union led a group of high performing credit unions across the United States in providing an extraordinary member experience based on direct member feedback. Utilizing the MemberView program, comprised of immediate and direct service and channel feedback from its own members, the credit union can identify specific strengths and opportunities in the service they deliver.

 
“Guadalupe Credit Union’s members can expect an extraordinary service experience based on this feedback from its members,” said Constance Anderson, founder of MemberXP, the company that administers the MemberView program. “There’s no better evidence of a great consumer experience than positive feedback from a company’s own customers, and that’s what this award signifies.”
 
About GCU: Member-owned and not-for-profit Guadalupe Credit Union is a certified Community Development Financial Institution that has served Northern New Mexico since 1948. Anyone who lives or works in Santa Fe, San Miguel, Río Arriba, Mora, Torrance or Taos counties is invited to join. GCU is an equal opportunity lender and is federally insured by the National Credit Union Association.


FREE Tax Help

FREE Tax Help


 
If you’d like your taxes prepared by Tax-Aide, bring all of the information and documents you would normally need for your taxes with you. In addition, you will need a photo ID and Social Security cards for yourself and your children, a list of expenses if you paid for child care, college or vocational training, and a list of medical expenses and charity donations. Please note, a blank check is required to receive a direct deposit into your account for your refund in order to not incur fees.
 
Tax-Aide is offered 8:30am to 5pm, Monday through Friday, and 9am to 1pm on Saturdays from now until March 18 and from March 26 until April 16.
 
Location: Witter Fitness Center on SFCC’s campus, 6401 Richards Ave.
For additional information: Peter Doniger, Santa Fe District Coordinator, AARP Tax-Aide at (505) 670-6835 or (505) 428-1780 or taxhelpsantafe@gmail.com.
 
Tax Preparation Assistance will also be available beginning on February 1 through April 18 at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, 417 Agua Fria Street, Monday-Friday, 9am-1pm. Please note, this location will be closed March 13-19 and April 14-16.


Martin Luther King Jr

Martin Luther King Jr


Congratulations Brenda

Congratulations Brenda

Pictured L to R are Carla Decker, Paul Grinde, Richard Garcia, Armando Martinez, Brenda Dominguez, Jack Lawson, Pam Murphy, Paul Woodruff, Luis Peralta, Sheilah Montgomery, Richard Romero and Cheryl Fatnassi at the Federation’s 2016 Annual Conference. Not pictured are Board members Paul Phillips, Mignhon Tourne and Richard Williams.


 
Congratulations to our very own Brenda Lee Dominguez for her election to the National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions! We are so proud to have you representing GCU on a national level!
 
The Federation welcomes new board members Brenda Dominguez, Chief Lending Officer with Guadalupe CU in Santa Fe, NM; Richard Garcia, Chief Growth Officer with North Jersey FCU in Totowa, NJ; Luis Peralta, Chief Administrative Officer and Pres, NIX Neighborhood Lending with Kinecta FCU in Manhattan Beach, CA; and Richard Williams, Pres/CEO with Essential FCU in Plaquemine, LA!
 
Jack Lawson, Pres/CEO at Missoula FCU in Missoula, MT, is the Federation’s Board Chair; Carla Decker, Pres/CEO of District Government Employees FCU in Washington, DC, is Vice Chair; Brenda Dominguez is Treasurer; Sheilah Montgomery, Secretary on the Board of Directors at 1st Choice CU in Atlanta, GA, is Recording Secretary; and Cheryl Fatnassi, CEO at Opportunities CU in Winooski, VT, is Corresponding Secretary. Find a list of the full Board of Directors at http://www.cdcu.coop/about-us/board/board-of-directors/


GCU Call for Candidates – 2017

GCU Call for Candidates – 2017

Annual Meeting – Save the Date
 
Plan to join your GCU family for the Annual Meeting and Election on April 23, 2017! Visit guadalupecu.org for more information as we get closer to the event.
 
Have You Considered Serving? GCU Call for Candidates
 
Why Serve?
The biggest reason? To take an active role in an exciting, growing credit union that is making a difference for families and communities in Northern New Mexico. GCU is a not-for-profit financial cooperative, meaning that our members own the credit union. By electing volunteer officials from the membership, member-owners take part in planning the credit union’s future directions and policies, as well as oversee the health of its operations. This is a huge part of what separates credit unions from banks, and we couldn’t do it without you.
 
About the Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee
The Board of Directors is composed of five (5) volunteer members who meet monthly with GCU’s management team to review the financial health of the credit union; set policies that affect our members and help determine the future direction of the credit union. This year there are two (2) Board of Directors vacancies, with a three (3) year term, with incumbents running for the open position.
 
The Supervisory Committee is the credit union “watch dog.” It is composed of five (5) volunteer members who meet monthly with management, staff and GCU’s internal auditor to ensure the credit union is following its policies and legal responsibilities, acting ethically and that the members’ funds are being managed safely and responsibly. This year there is one (1) vacancy, with a three (3) year term. There is currently an incumbent running for the open position.
 
Who is Eligible?
Any member in good standing, age 18 and over, and who has been a member for at least two years, is eligible to run for the Board or Supervisory Committee. We are looking for a wide variety of ages, backgrounds, professional and volunteer experience to represent our diverse membership. Experience with accounting or financial institutions is helpful, especially on the Supervisory Committee, but is not necessary. We provide training and professional development opportunities to become an effective credit union volunteer.
 
How Does it Work?
As of January 2, 2017, the “call for Candidates” has begun. Applications will be accepted until 5pm, February 14, 2017, at which time the Nominating Committee will review the applications and certify prospective candidates for one (1) position on the Board and two (2) positions on the Supervisory Committee.
 
Questions?
For an application, or if you have questions about any part of the process or the positions, please contact Dee Ann Briceño at 505-216-0451 or dbriceno@guadalupecu.org.


GCU Holiday Hours

GCU Holiday Hours


Home Banking: Loan App Offline

Home Banking: Loan App Offline

The loan application feature within Home Banking is currently offline. Upon submitting a loan application, an error message will appear and it will fail to go through. Unfortunately, while GCU works to correct this issue, the loan application system will be under maintenance. We apologize for any inconvenience this causes. Please feel free to contact the credit union if you have any questions at 505-982-8942. Thank you and we appreciate your understanding. 


Good News for EMV Chip Card Users

Good News for EMV Chip Card Users

Sometimes it can be easy to forget your card when doing a chip-card transaction. To minimize cards left at the ATM after transactions, GCU ATMs will soon support ‘card before cash.’
 
With this software update, the terminal will prompt the member to take their card before the cash is dispensed for EMV/chip card transactions. Be aware that this new functionality means that transaction chaining (doing more than one transaction per card at a time) is no longer available since the member will have removed their EMV card from the card reader after one transaction.
 
CU Anytime is scheduled to roll out this update on January 3, 2017, so be on the lookout for those prompts to remove your card when you do a transaction at GCU or CU Anytime ATMs.


Financial Education Fair Teaches Decision-Making Skills to Students

Financial Education Fair Teaches Decision-Making Skills to Students

Participants from Early College Opportunity High School, Taos High School and Mora High School in Santa Fe, Taos and Mora participated in hands-on financial literacy fair
 

Photo 1: Taos High School students debate the value of luxury goods and services, including cell phone plans, when considering their overall budgets.

Photo 2: Ralph Nava, representing CUNA Mutual Group, helps Mora High School students make insurance choices based on their housing and transportation options.


 
Thanks to a grant from the National Credit Union Foundation, students in three northern New Mexico cities recently had the hands-on opportunity to learn about finances and how to calculate earnings and expenses in the real-world setting of Guadalupe Credit Union’s CU 4 Reality™ Financial Education Fair. Staff and volunteers met with more than 1,050 senior students in Santa Fe, Taos and Mora high schools to expose them to the important financial decisions they’ll need to make as they get older.
 
“Spending money has never been easier than it is today, especially for our young people,” said Winona Nava, President & CEO of Guadalupe Credit Union. “Too many students are learning to live beyond their means, because only a fraction of them are learning to manage their personal finances in school. We felt a hands-on experiential learning exercise would help make it more real than just numbers in a book.”
 
According to the Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy, nearly a third of all high school seniors use at least one credit card, nearly half use ATM cards and more than three-quarters have a savings or checking account. However, just 20% of high school seniors graduate with any formal instruction in personal finance.
 
Diane Sandoval, Guadalupe Credit Union’s Financial Empowerment Coaching Manager, said, “The CU 4 Reality curriculum creates a fun and interactive learning environment where students can practice specific financial management skills and learn early on the consequences of getting in over their head when it comes to financial matters. We had quite a few students who had to get new jobs or start over because of their initial spending decisions. The fair was a real wake-up call for some of the kids.”
 
Participating in a Reality Fair propels the students through the personal financial management process, including career selection, budgeting for housing, transportation, luxuries, and more. Each student receives a folder detailing his or her personal information specific to their career choice. After calculating their take-home pay, they create a monthly spending plan as they progress through booths representing various expenses they may incur, including food, clothing, housing, transportation, insurance, home furnishings, savings, investments, entertainment and credit. Based on their lifestyle scenario, they will also see alternatives provided and make choices based on their own values, goals and resources.
 
“The reactions and feedback from the students was telling,” exclaimed Nava. “They said things like, ‘It’s better to stay in school so I can get a good job,’ ‘Now I know what my parents go thru,’ and ‘I learned what you really need and don’t.’ GCU wants fill the need we see for financial education and continue to provide the information these kids need to become strong, financially healthy adults.”
 
Special thanks to the non-GCU Reality Fair Volunteers for helping make the fairs run smoothly, including Northern New Mexico Schools Credit Union, Zia Credit Union, CUNA Mutual Insurance, Horace Mann Insurance and the Credit Union Association of New Mexico.
 
ABOUT GCU: Member-owned and not-for-profit Guadalupe Credit Union (GCU) is a certified Community Development Financial Institution that has served Northern New Mexico since 1948. Anyone who lives or works in Santa Fe, San Miguel, Río Arriba, Mora, Torrance or Taos counties is invited to join. GCU is an equal opportunity and housing lender and is federally insured by the National Credit Union Association.


Scholarships Now Available!

Scholarships Now Available!

SCHOLARSHIPS NOW AVAILABLE from the NMCU Education Foundation
 
Visit Guadalupe Credit Union for an application or download via the links below.
 
Scholarship Application
Scholarship Criteria
 
Application deadline: February 24, 2017
 
The New Mexico Credit Union Education Foundation does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, creed, national origin or gender.
 
FACTS:
 
WHO CAN APPLY FOR A SCHOLARSHIP?
Any New Mexico resident who is going to attend an accredited New Mexico college or university as an undergraduate student.
 
DOES CNM QUALIFY AS A COLLEGE?
Yes! Any vocational, two-year or four-year college or university in New Mexico qualifies.
 
WHERE CAN WE GET MORE SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS?
Additional copies can be obtained by reproducing the forms that you have or visiting the Credit Union Association of New Mexico Web site at cuanm.org, under the Quick Links tab.
 
WHERE DOES THE STUDENT SEND THE APPLICATION?
Applications should be mailed to:
NM CU Education Foundation
4200 Wolcott Ave. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
 
WHEN WILL THE SCHOLARSHIP BE AWARDED?
The scholarships will be awarded the second quarter of 2017 and mailed directly to the financial aid office at the recipient’s designated school in August. Applications must be postmarked by Friday, February 24, 2017. Only completed applications post marked by Friday, February 24, 2017 will be considered.
 
WHAT ARE THE SCHOLARSHIPS BASED ON?
The Foundation’s Board of Directors review all scholarship applications for eligibility and then base their decisions on the following criteria (not necessarily in this order): financial need, scholastic achievement, presentation, extra curricular activities/community service, and references


Holiday Closure

Holiday Closure

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GCU to be closed on Nov. 11 for Veteran’s Day

GCU to be closed on Nov. 11 for Veteran’s Day

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Protect Your GCU Debit Card

Protect Your GCU Debit Card

Members now have a new, FREE option to protect GCU Debit cards. Click here to register your debit card and protect your information when online purchases are made. Register to receive email alerts whenever an online purchase exceeds the amount that you set, your card is used outside the US, or when a purchase is made online or by phone.
 
Please take a minute TODAY to register your GCU Debit Card.
 
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Portraits for Gift-Giving and Family Albums

Portraits for Gift-Giving and Family Albums

To view additional package options, click here.

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Young America Football League

Young America Football League

Guadalupe Credit Union is honored to support the Young America Football League, teaching children teamwork, respect, and the fundamentals of football.
 
Pictured below are the Bears, the team that GCU sponsored.
 
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Columbus Day

Columbus Day

We will be closed on Monday, October 10th in observance of Columbus Day.
 
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Join Us!

Join Us!

Join Guadalupe Credit Union on Saturday, September 24th at the Southside Library – 6599 Jaguar Drive, Santa Fe. We will have Member Service Representatives on-site from 9am-2pm to open new accounts and assist you with all of your financial questions.
 
Note: If you are interested in opening an account and becoming a member of Guadalupe Credit Union, you must live or work in Santa Fe, San Miguel, Mora, Rio Arriba, Torrance, or Taos County, or have a family member who belongs to GCU. Also, please make sure to bring the following documentation:
 

  • Photo ID (Matrícula Consular, or a government-issued ID are accepted)
  • Proof of Address (Pay Stub or Utility Bill) – Must have physical address on either ID or proof of address. PO Boxes only will not be accepted.


Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month

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Each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15, by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America.
 
The observation started in 1968 as Hispanic Heritage Week under President Lyndon Johnson and was expanded by President Ronald Reagan in 1988 to cover a 30-day period starting on September 15 and ending on October 15. It was enacted into law on August 17, 1988, on the approval of Public Law 100-402.
 
The day of September 15 is significant because it is the anniversary of independence for Latin American countries Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua. In addition, Mexico and Chile celebrate their independence days on September 16 and September 18, respectively. Also, Columbus Day or Día de la Raza, which is October 12, falls within this 30 day period.
 
Presidential Proclamation by the President of the United States of America
 
(Excerpt) Throughout our history, our Nation has been enriched by the storied pasts of all who call the United States of America home. America’s Hispanic community has woven unique threads into the diverse fabric of our country and played an important role in shaping our national character as a people of limitless possibility. This month, let us honor their distinct heritage while reaffirming our commitment to enabling them to build a future bright with hope and opportunity for themselves, their families, and the country we love.


Member Spotlight

Member Spotlight

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Labor Day

Labor Day

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Member Spotlight

Member Spotlight

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ACS Volleyball Tournament

ACS Volleyball Tournament

Join Guadalupe Credit Union on Sunday, August 21st for a special volleyball tournament at St. Michael’s High School (100 Siringo Road, Santa Fe).
 
Want to compete at the event? Download the registration form below to sign up your team and return it to any of our GCU locations. Only one form per team is necessary. All entry fee proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society – Making Strides for Breast Cancer.
 
Registration Form


Happy Birthday America!

Happy Birthday America!

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GCU Announces Six Additional Employees Are FiCEP Certified

GCU Announces Six Additional Employees Are FiCEP Certified

Pictured (from l-r) are Guadalupe Credit Union employees: Lloyd Quintana, Branch Manager; Gaby Leon, Financial Services Officer; Michael Sandoval, Account Solutions Supervisor; Patricia Gallegos, Financial Counselor and Edgar Mendoza, Dealer Relations Financial Services Officer. Britni Romero, Branch Manager, is not pictured.

Pictured (from l-r) are Guadalupe Credit Union employees: Lloyd Quintana, Branch Manager; Gaby Leon, Financial Services Officer; Michael Sandoval, Account Solutions Supervisor; Patricia Gallegos, Financial Counselor and Edgar Mendoza, Dealer Relations Financial Services Officer. Britni Romero, Branch Manager, is not pictured.


 
Santa Fe, NM – Guadalupe Credit Union (GCU) is proud to announce that employees Patricia Gallegos, Gaby Leon, Edgar Mendoza, Lloyd Quintana, Britni Romero, and Michael Sandoval recently passed certification exams for the Enhanced FiCEP program. Guadalupe Credit Union currently has eight certified financial counselors on staff, with another three currently in training.
 
“I am so proud of our employees,” said Winona Nava, GCU CEO. “GCU is focused on providing financial empowerment and as certified Credit Union Certified Financial Counselors, these GCU employees are ready and able to assist our credit union members reach their financial goals.”
 
The Enhanced FiCEP program (Credit Union Financial Counseling Certification Program) is a unique partnership between the National Credit Union Foundation’s REAL Solutions program, CUNA’s Center for Professional Development (CUNA CPD), credit union leagues and credit unions to train staff who are then able to give professional financial counseling and education to help members better prepare for their future and to assist when they are faced with financial difficulties. FiCEP enables all credit union staff to become more confident in helping members build a stronger financial future.
 
“This training helps staff learn about the real world problems our members face every day and provide the right kind of counseling that will fit their specific situations. At GCU, we’re committed to helping people from all backgrounds,” said Diane Sandoval-Griego, GCU Financial Counseling Manager. “I’m very excited for our members to have this advantage and grateful that these employees were willing to take this extra step to better counsel our members.”
 
Member-owned and not-for-profit Guadalupe Credit Union (GCU) is a certified Community Development Financial Institution that has served Northern New Mexico since 1948. Anyone who lives or works in Santa Fe, San Miguel, Río Arriba, Mora, Torrance or Taos counties is invited to join. GCU is an equal opportunity and housing lender and is federally insured by the National Credit Union Association.


Memorial Day

Memorial Day

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Member Spotlight

Member Spotlight

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New ATM at Airport Branch

New ATM at Airport Branch

GCU has upgraded the ATM at our Airport Branch (3721 Academy Lane, Santa Fe) to take cash and paper deposits – which means you can make a deposit anytime of the day or night! Come on by and check it out!
 
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GCU Once Again Named “Top Workplace”

GCU Once Again Named “Top Workplace”

Pictured (from l-r) are Guadalupe Credit Union employees: LaGina Glass, HR Director; Winona Nava, President & CEO; and Dee Ann Briceño, Executive Assistant, accepting the Top Workplaces award plaque at this year’s ceremony, held May 16 in Albuquerque, NM.

Pictured (from l-r) are Guadalupe Credit Union employees: LaGina Glass, HR Director; Winona Nava, President & CEO; and Dee Ann Briceño, Executive Assistant, accepting the Top Workplaces award plaque at this year’s ceremony, held May 16 in Albuquerque, NM.


 
Santa Fe, NM – Guadalupe Credit Union, a community-focused credit union with six branches in northern New Mexico, has once again been named to The Albuquerque Journal’s Top Workplaces list for 2016. The Top Workplaces program, run by WorkplaceDynamics, is set up to recognize companies that have a great work environment in the Albuquerque area. The evaluation, conducted through a multiple question employee survey, is based purely on employees’ opinions of their companies.
 
The evaluation takes into account employee benefits, support of the local community, employee perks, and the strong connection between employees and the company. Most importantly, a top workplace is an organization where the employees feel inspired and are given the room to create innovative work.
 
“At Guadalupe Credit Union, our employees take pride in the personal financial solutions they are providing for members and strive to be trusted resources in every facet of members’ lives,” said Winona Nava, Guadalupe Credit Union CEO since 1991. “Our culture reflects a passion for helping others and a drive to provide the tools and skills for personal financial empowerment. Over the years, we have focused on hiring and promoting team members who have similar core beliefs, values and attributes.”
 
At Guadalupe Credit Union, employees work together to build a great company; where talented people want to be and where each employee is excited to go to work. The pervasive culture is rooted in the notion that the more than 16,500 members are family and that the credit union is more to members than just banking.
 
“I am excited about the ongoing recognition of Guadalupe Credit Union as a top workplace,” Nava continued. “Our culture doesn’t just reflect what we do, it defines who we are. It’s our way of life. We strive to remain committed to our credit union’s vision, while providing a workplace that enables our employees to make a difference while improving themselves and the lives of our members.”
 
About GCU: Member-owned and not-for-profit Guadalupe Credit Union is a certified Community Development Financial Institution that has served Northern New Mexico since 1948. Anyone who lives or works in Santa Fe, San Miguel, Río Arriba, Mora, Torrance or Taos counties is invited to join. GCU is an equal opportunity lender and is federally insured by the National Credit Union Association.
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Santa Fe BeWellnm

Santa Fe BeWellnm

Santa Fe BeWellnm Walk-In Enrollment Center to Remain Open for Special Enrollment Periods through June 30
 
BeWellnm, New Mexico’s Health Insurance Exchange (NMHIX), announced that its Santa Fe Enrollment and Assistance Center will remain open after the open enrollment deadline through June 30. The extended time period will allow those with qualifying life events to receive assistance during special enrollment periods. The Center, located at 2945 Rodeo Park Dr. E, Unit 5, will continue to remain available for New Mexicans to drop-by with or without an appointment to learn more about their options and get free in-person assistance from brokers, agents and enrollment counselors to enroll in affordable health coverage for themselves and their families through the Exchange.
 
A special enrollment period is a time outside of the open enrollment period during which New Mexicans and their families have a right to sign up for health coverage. A person qualifies for a special enrollment period 60 days following certain life events that involve a change in family status (for example, marriage or birth of a child) or loss of other health coverage.
 
The Center in Santa Fe first opened to the public for the 2016 open enrollment period, which ran from November 1, 2015 to January 31, 2016. New Mexicans who are looking for health insurance can visit the Center or visit beWellnm.com to learn more about their options and enroll in coverage.  In addition to the walk-in center, beWellnm has opened additional centers in Farmington, Las Cruces, Albuquerque and Gallup, which will also remain open until June 30. Consumer assisters including agents, brokers and enrollment counselors are also available throughout the state to help with enrollment in English, Spanish and other languages.  They can be found through our locator tool at beWellnm.com or by calling the consumer help center at 1-855-996-6449.  BeWellnm is working in partnership with the New Mexico Primary Care Association to provide staffing for the location.
 
Center hours in Santa Fe through June 30 will be Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. -5 p.m.
 
For more information on New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange, please visit www.beWellnm.com, call 1-855-99NMHIX (1-855-996-6449) or text beWellnm to 311411.


System Maintenance

System Maintenance

Please be advised that we have some system maintenance dates approaching – Sunday, May 15, from midnight to 2:00am MDT, and Saturday, May 21, from 6-7:00pm MDT. During these times, Mobile and Online Banking will be unavailable. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding.


GCU Nominated for “Best Credit Union!”

GCU Nominated for “Best Credit Union!”

We are so excited! Guadalupe Credit Union has been nominated again for “Best Credit Union” in this year’s “Best of Santa Fe” voters’ poll sponsored by the Santa Fe Reporter. This nomination means a great deal to us because it comes directly from our members. We love our community and are proud to offer our very best to anyone who needs financial services in northern New Mexico. 

Now we are asking for you to show your support for GCU. Voting for each category began May 1st. Please cast your ballot in the final voting by going online to the Santa Fe Reporter’s website or by clicking the button below. Look for the “Services” tab and select the Credit Union category and click on Guadalupe Credit Union to vote.

Every vote counts and your participation is greatly appreciated!

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Fiesta Para Bebés

Fiesta Para Bebés

The Santa Fe Community Foundation’s Baby Fund will host the second annual community fair and celebration called the Fiesta Para Bebés: Celebrating the First Five Years of Life-
 
For more information CLICK HERE
 
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Today, Tomorrow, & Saturday

Today, Tomorrow, & Saturday

Looking for a new or new-to-you car or truck? Don’t miss the Cinco de Mayo car sale! Join Guadalupe Credit Union and Capitol Ford – 3 days only – May 5th, 6th, and 7th. In addition to $250 cash back for any new, used or refinanced vehicle loan, we’re also offering no payment for 60 days, and a chance to win a $555 gift card. GCU lenders will be on-site at Capitol Ford Lincoln in the Santa Fe Auto Park. See a lender for specific auto rates and lending restrictions. GCU is an equal opportunity lender.
 
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Cinco de Mayo Celebration

Cinco de Mayo Celebration

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Join Guadalupe Credit Union and Capitol Ford Lincoln on May 5th, 6th, & 7th for a Cinco de Mayo Car Sale Celebration.
 
$250 Cash Back* | 60 Days No Payment* | Plus, register to win a $555 gift card!**
 
GCU lenders will be on-site at Capitol Ford Lincoln in the Santa Fe Auto Park.

 

*Only for vehicles purchased from Capitol Ford and financed by CCU during this 3-day event. •• Payment due date will be determined at the time of loan closing. 

**Must be 18 to register, limit- one registration per household.


Comcast Cares

Comcast Cares

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April 25-29, Guadalupe Credit Union will be collecting donations of $5 and diapers at all of our Santa Fe branches in honor of Comcast Cares Day.
 
If you are interested in volunteering with Comcast and The Food Depot on April 30th for Comcast Cares Day, please contact Jennifer West – Community Relations Coordinator – at 505-471-1633 ext. 26.
 
With your support, let’s make Comcast Cares Day a success! Thank you!


New GCU Home Banking

New GCU Home Banking

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GCU Bill Pay Temporarily Down

GCU Bill Pay Temporarily Down

GCU Bill Pay is currently down. We apologize for any inconvenience and will have it up as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience.


New and Improved GCU Home Banking Coming Soon!

New and Improved GCU Home Banking Coming Soon!

We care about our members and want your experience with GCU to be the best possible. We’re upgrading our Home Banking and we think you will love all the new and improved features!
 
Keep an eye out – we’ll be switching soon!


GCU 68th Annual Meeting

GCU 68th Annual Meeting

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Thank you to all of our members and GCU staff who attended our 68th Annual Meeting yesterday. Your amazing support made the celebration a major success.
 
If you would like to see photos from the event, please visit our Facebook page HERE.


GCU Newsletter

GCU Newsletter

Our first quarter newsletter is now available to view – CLICK HERE


SFPS Summer Programs

SFPS Summer Programs

Explore! Discover! Grow!
 
Santa Fe Public Schools offers two types of summer programs: Summer Schools, which offer regular school classes, and Summer Enrichment Programs, which offer a variety of other learning experiences.
 
For more details CLICK HERE and HERE.


Early College Opportunities

Early College Opportunities

Well, then, maybe the new ECO high school is the right place for you!
 
Santa Fe Community College and Santa Fe Public Schools have joined together to give current 8th, 9th, and 10th grade students living within the SFPS boundary a unique educational opportunity.
 
For details CLICK HERE


New Home Banking

New Home Banking

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At Guadalupe Credit Union, we strive to make sure we offer Members the most feature-rich and user-friendly products on the market today. So we are excited to announce an upcoming change that will make your Home Banking easier than ever! By the end of April, you’ll see a different GCU Home Banking product. But don’t worry, you’ll still be able to access all your GCU accounts even though the page looks a little different.
 
Extremely user friendly, this new and improved service offers state-of-the-art features to make your Home Banking experience even better! You’ll be able to see pending transactions, freeze and unfreeze your debit card if it’s lost or stolen, transfer funds within GCU accounts online, reset your password yourself, choose English or Spanish as your default language and much, much more!
 
As always, with any questions or concerns please contact GCU, but we are confident that you will love this new upgrade and find it is a much better product for your Home Banking needs.


Good Friday

Good Friday

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Member Spotlight

Member Spotlight

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Tax Scam Alert

Tax Scam Alert

The IRS recently released an alert addressing tax scams via email after phishing and malware incidents rose a whopping 400%.
 
CLICK HERE to learn what to look for and how to protect your information from tax fraudsters.


Member Spotlight

Member Spotlight

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Important Notice About Your GCU Credit Card

Important Notice About Your GCU Credit Card

Important Notice for GCU Credit Card Users: If you previously used EZCardInfo.com to manage your GCU credit card, please note that the last day to use this website was Feb. 18, 2016. You will now access to your credit card website through AccessPoint (a link has been posted inside Home Banking). We are upgrading, which will allow you to set alerts, file disputes, manage your card, make payments, do balance transfers and more! You will need to re-register and set up a new login. If you have questions or need help registering, please contact our card services dept. at 505-216-0560.


President’s Day

President’s Day

All GCU branches will be closed on Monday, February 15th in observance of President’s Day.
 
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Thank You

Thank You

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Thank you to all those who attended our Grand Opening in Española this past Saturday! We look forward to serving the Española community by maintaining our mission and providing financial empowerment to our outstanding members.


GCU Opens Its Doors

GCU Opens Its Doors

Guadalupe Credit Union held a ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday, Feb. 3 to officially open its doors in Española. The Española branch, located at 460 G N. Riverside Drive is the fifth location for Guadalupe Credit Union, three in Santa Fe, one in Taos and now one in Española. – See more here!


How To Avoid IRS Phone Scams

How To Avoid IRS Phone Scams

Watch the video below to learn how you can keep your information safe.
 
CLICK HERE to view the video.


GCU Employee Featured in Local News

GCU Employee Featured in Local News

Know Your Neighbor: John Aragon
 
GCU’s new staff member, John Aragon, was recently featured in an article by Kathy Córdova for The Taos News.
 
Get to “Know Your Neighbor” by clicking here and meet our Member Service Representative from Taos.


Free Income Tax Help

Free Income Tax Help

SFCC and AARP Offer Free Income Tax Help
 
Santa Fe Community College, in partnership with the AARP Foundation’s Tax-Aide, will host free income tax preparation assistance beginning Friday, January 29. The eleventh annual free tax preparation service will be located in the William C. Witter Fitness Education Center at SFCC, 6401 Richards Ave.
 
Beginning January 29, Tax-Aide will be available Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Assistance will be available through April 15, except when the college is closed (March 14-20 for spring break and March 25-27 for spring holiday).
 
In addition to providing the location for tax preparation services, SFCC accounting students who were trained specifically for the service will be among the 75 volunteers available to assist anyone in filing their taxes.
 
Last year, the service helped close to 10,000 taxpayers gain more than $10.5 million in tax refunds. Exceptions for help in preparation may be made if the client has unusually complicated tax circumstances. The service is also not available to small business owners who have employees or depreciation.
 
Tax-Aide District Coordinator Peter Doniger asked that those seeking assistance with their tax return have all tax forms collected prior to coming in for help. Be sure to bring all of the information and documents you need, including these items:
 

  • All of your tax documents
  • A photo ID and Social Security cards for yourself and your children
  • A list of expenses if you paid for child care, college or vocational training
  • A list of medical expenses
  • A list of charitable donations
  • A blank check to receive your refund via direct deposit, should you be eligible for one.

 
Tax-Aide volunteers will help clients on a first-come, first-served basis.


GCU named MemberShoppers High Performer

GCU named MemberShoppers High Performer

Guadalupe Credit Union named MemberShoppers High Performer in Member Service for the 3rd Quarter
 
MemberShoppers, the nations’ largest credit union-specific mystery shopping program, announced recently that Guadalupe Credit Union was recognized as one of its Highest Performers in Member Service for the 3rd Quarter by outperforming its peers and earning the highest score in five out of 18 categories.
 
Guadalupe Credit Union led a group of more than 70 high performing credit unions across the U.S. in providing exceptional member service based on member feedback in categories such as Top Performer Score, Top Tangible Score, Top Education and Referral Score and Top Member Appreciation Score. Through the feedback it receives from MemberShoppers, Guadalupe Credit Union is continuously working to improve members’ service experiences.
 
MemberShoppers helps credit unions create unparalleled member service experiences through mystery shop evaluations performed by the credit union’s own members and by professional mystery shoppers. Using the program’s unique coaching tools, credit unions can identify training needs and coach to service improvement. MemberShoppers serves credit unions of all sizes, ranging in asset sizes of $100 million to $6 billon.
 
Guadalupe Credit Union’s outstanding performance reflects the fact that everyone in the organization from top leadership to branch staff are committed to helping their members improve their financial lives,” said Constance Anderson, founder of MemberXP, home to the nation’s highly-rated credit union member experience measurement services ¬–MemberShoppers and MemberView.
 
“Guadalupe Credit Union offers a full range of financial services to more than 16,000 members living or working in northern New Mexico,” said CEO Winona Nava. “These MemberShopper scores reflect the dedication of our staff to provide quality service along with top-notch financial products and services.”
 
To learn more about MemberShoppers, visit www.membershoppers.com.
 
About MemberXP
MemberXP is the largest provider of credit union direct member feedback via mystery shopping in the United States. As a leader in industry-specific benchmarking, MemberXP provides actionable research to credit unions in their pursuit of brand differentiation. Company founder, Constance Anderson, is a leading credit union member experience authority and author whose books on marketing, CRM, membership growth, and online marketing have been published by CUNA & Affiliates and CUES.


Free Dental Clinic

Free Dental Clinic

New Mexico Mission of Mercy and the New Mexico Dental Association Foundation are having a free dental clinic April 8th and 9th. For more information on how to register or to become a volunteer for this event, CLICK HERE.


Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King Jr.

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We will be closed on Monday, January 18th in remembrance of Martin Luther King Jr.


Taos Branch on a 2-Hour Delay

Taos Branch on a 2-Hour Delay

Due to inclement weather, our Taos Branch will be on a 2-Hour Delay today, January 7, 2016. Normal branch operations will resume starting at 11am.
 
We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your understanding.


GCU Call for Candidates – 2017

GCU Call for Candidates – 2017

Annual Meeting – Save the Date
 
Plan to join your GCU family for the Annual Meeting and Election on April 23, 2017! Visit guadalupecu.org for more information as we get closer to the event.
 
Have You Considered Serving? GCU Call for Candidates
 
Why Serve?
The biggest reason? To take an active role in an exciting, growing credit union that is making a difference for families and communities in Northern New Mexico. GCU is a not-for-profit financial cooperative, meaning that our members own the credit union. By electing volunteer officials from the membership, member-owners take part in planning the credit union’s future directions and policies, as well as oversee the health of its operations. This is a huge part of what separates credit unions from banks, and we couldn’t do it without you.
 
About the Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee
The Board of Directors is composed of five (5) volunteer members who meet monthly with GCU’s management team to review the financial health of the credit union; set policies that affect our members and help determine the future direction of the credit union. This year there is one (1) Board of Directors vacancy, with a three (3) year term, with an incumbent running for the open position.
 
The Supervisory Committee is the credit union “watch dog.” It is composed of five (5) volunteer members who meet monthly with management, staff and GCU’s internal auditor to ensure the credit union is following its policies and legal responsibilities, acting ethically and that the members’ funds are being managed safely and responsibly. This year there are two (2) vacancies, with a three (3) year term. There are currently incumbents running for the open positions.
 
Who is Eligible?
Any member in good standing, age 18 and over, and who has been a member for at least two years, is eligible to run for the Board or Supervisory Committee. We are looking for a wide variety of ages, backgrounds, professional and volunteer experience to represent our diverse membership. Experience with accounting or financial institutions is helpful, especially on the Supervisory Committee, but is not necessary. We provide training and professional development opportunities to become an effective credit union volunteer.
 
How Does it Work?
As of January 2, 2017, the “call for Candidates” has begun. Applications will be accepted until 5pm, February 14, 2017, at which time the Nominating Committee will review the applications and certify prospective candidates for one (1) position on the Board and two (2) positions on the Supervisory Committee.
 
Questions?
For an application, or if you have questions about any part of the process or the positions, please contact Dee Ann Briceño at 505-216-0451 or dbriceno@guadalupecu.org.


Early Closing for New Year’s Eve

Early Closing for New Year’s Eve

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Just a reminder that GCU will be closing at 3:00 pm (4:00 pm at our Airport branch) on Thursday, December 31, and all our branches will be CLOSED Friday, January 1 in observance of New Year’s Day. The GCU staff and volunteers wish everyone a safe and happy holiday!
 
Le recordamos que el jueves, 31 de diciembre GCU cerrará a la 3:00pm (sucursal del Aeropuerto a las 4:00) y el viernes, 1 de enero todas las sucursales estarán cerradas, en conmemoración al Día de Año Nuevo. ¡De parte del personal y voluntarios de GCU, le deseamos unas seguras y felices fiestas!


GCU Christmas Families Winners

GCU Christmas Families Winners

The GCU Christmas Families winners have been notified and two of them have already been in to pick up their prizes!
 
Thank you to everyone who bought tickets – your generous donations enabled GCU to help 23 needy families celebrate the holidays across Santa Fe, Española, Taos and Las Vegas.
 
1st place and winner of the IPad mini: MaryLou Nelson
2nd place and winner of the Kindle Fire 8: Teofilo Lucero
3rd place and winner of the Keurig 2.0: Jesusita Gonzales-Moench
 
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GCU Newsletter – Fourth Quarter

GCU Newsletter – Fourth Quarter

View the GCU Newsletter HERE

 


GCU Member Spotlight

GCU Member Spotlight

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Early Closing for Christmas Eve

Early Closing for Christmas Eve

Just a reminder that GCU will be closing at 1:00 pm (2:00 pm at our Airport branch) on Thursday, December 24, and all our branches will be CLOSED Friday, December 25 in observance of Christmas Day. The GCU staff and volunteers wish everyone a safe and happy holiday!

Le recordamos que el jueves, 24 de diciembre GCU cerrará a la 1:00pm (sucursal del Aeropuerto a las 2:00) y el viernes, 25 de diciembre todas las sucursales estarán cerradas, en conmemoración al Día de Navidad. ¡De parte del personal y voluntarios de GCU, le deseamos unas seguras y felices fiestas!


Española Branch – Now Open

Española Branch – Now Open

 

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Please come by and say hello to our wonderful staff.
 
Our Española Branch is located at 460-G N. Riverside Dr.
 


Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

Exciting career opportunities!
 
Currently we are seeking a Full-Time Member Service Representative for Santa Fe.
 
Required: Teller Operations.

 

Get the details and fill out the application.


Protect Yourself at the ATM

Protect Yourself at the ATM

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Protect Yourself at the ATM this Holiday Season
 
We have seen an increasing number of ATM skimming cases so far this holiday season.
 
ATM skimming is like identity theft for debit cards. Fraudsters use hidden electronics to steal the personal information stored on a card, and record the owner’s PIN number to access the hard-earned cash in the member’s account.
 
We urge you protect yourselves when using an ATM. Here are three tips that can help:
 
Protect Your PIN
Hidden cameras are often used to steal your PIN. Covering the keyboard as you enter your PIN is a simple way to help avoid theft. Never give your PIN to anyone. And, do not use any ATM with a card reader that appears altered.
 
Stay Away from Unfamiliar ATMs
The safest ATMs are those with the logo of your credit union and, of course, CU Anytime and CO-OP ATMs.
 
Check Your Balances Frequently
…And if you notice something wrong, use the contact number on the back of your debit card to report any fraudulent withdrawals.


GCU Member Spotlight

GCU Member Spotlight

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Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

Exciting career opportunities!

Currently we are seeking a Bilingual Member Service Representative for Taos.

Required: Teller Operations.

 

Get the details and fill out the application.


NMCUEF Scholarship

NMCUEF Scholarship

NMCUEF Scholarship Applications Now Open
 
Applications for scholarships from the New Mexico Credit Union Education Foundation are now available. Recipients will receive an amount determined by the Foundation board for the 2016-2017 school year. Last year, 130 students in New Mexico received $1,000 each for the 2015-2016 school year, a total of $130,000 in scholarships.
 
Funds for the scholarship are provided by Credit Union Association of New Mexico member credit unions that turn over funds from dormant accounts to the New Mexico Credit Union Education Foundation. CUANM administrates the scholarship program.
 
CUANM Scholarship Application Form


CUANM Scholarship Criteria

 
Applicants must be New Mexico residents and meet a number of requirements, including grade point average and full-time enrollment. Applicants do not have to be credit union members. Students may use the scholarship at any accredited vocational or technical school, college or university in New Mexico.
 
Applicants must submit a completed application to CUANM – not their credit union – postmarked no later than Friday, February 26, 2016.
 
For more information, application and criteria, interested students can contact your credit union or go to the Resources tab at cuanm.org.
 
For additional information contact Paula Jeffrey, education coordinator, 505-338-4226 or 800-366-6628, x2226 or paula@cuanm.org.


GCU Member Spotlight

GCU Member Spotlight

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Feliz Navidad – A New Mexico Mariachi Christmas

Feliz Navidad – A New Mexico Mariachi Christmas

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GCU named MemberShoppers High Performer

GCU named MemberShoppers High Performer

Guadalupe Credit Union named MemberShoppers High Performer in Member Service for the 3rd Quarter
 
DENVER, CO – October 27, 2015 – MemberShoppers, the nations’ largest credit union-specific mystery shopping program, announced recently that Guadalupe Credit Union was recognized as one of its Highest Performers in Member Service for the 3rd Quarter by outperforming its peers and earning the highest score in five out of 18 categories.
 
Guadalupe Credit Union led a group of more than 70 high performing credit unions across the U.S. in providing exceptional member service based on member feedback in categories such as Top Performer Score, Top Tangible Score, Top Education and Referral Score and Top Member Appreciation Score. Through the feedback it receives from MemberShoppers, Guadalupe Credit Union is continuously working to improve members’ service experiences.
 
MemberShoppers helps credit unions create unparalleled member service experiences through mystery shop evaluations performed by the credit union’s own members and by professional mystery shoppers. Using the program’s unique coaching tools, credit unions can identify training needs and coach to service improvement. MemberShoppers serves credit unions of all sizes, ranging in asset sizes of $100 million to $6 billon.
 
Guadalupe Credit Union’s outstanding performance reflects the fact that everyone in the organization from top leadership to branch staff are committed to helping their members improve their financial lives,” said Constance Anderson, founder of MemberXP, home to the nation’s highly-rated credit union member experience measurement services –MemberShoppers and MemberView.
 
“Guadalupe Credit Union offers a full range of financial services to more than 16,000 members living or working in northern New Mexico,” said CEO Winona Nava. “These MemberShopper scores reflect the dedication of our staff to provide quality service along with top-notch financial products and services.”
 
To learn more about MemberShoppers, visit www.membershoppers.com.
 
About MemberXP
MemberXP is the largest provider of credit union direct member feedback via mystery shopping in the United States. As a leader in industry-specific benchmarking, MemberXP provides actionable research to credit unions in their pursuit of brand differentiation. Company founder, Constance Anderson, is a leading credit union member experience authority and author whose books on marketing, CRM, membership growth, and online marketing have been published by CUNA & Affiliates and CUES.


GCU Member Spotlight

GCU Member Spotlight

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GCU Member Spotlight

GCU Member Spotlight

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GCU Member Spotlight

GCU Member Spotlight

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One-Click Home Banking and Bill Pay Issue

One-Click Home Banking and Bill Pay Issue

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We have received reports this morning that some subscribers are unable to log in to the OneClick Home Banking and Bill Pay. We are investigating the situation and will notify you when we resolve the issue or have additional information.
 
We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause.


GCU Member Spotlight

GCU Member Spotlight

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Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

Exciting career opportunity!
 
Guadalupe Credit Union in Santa Fe is growing and looking for a leader who has a passion for helping people.
 
Currently we are looking for an Assistant Branch Manager.
 
Required skills: Bilingual (Spanish + English)
Supervision and Teller Operations.

 

Get the details and fill out the application.


GCU Member Spotlight

GCU Member Spotlight

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Volleyball Tournament – Benefiting the American Cancer Society

Volleyball Tournament – Benefiting the American Cancer Society

ACS Volleyball Tournament Flyer 2015
 
Do you have a wicked spike?
 
Know how to make an assist?
 
Then this is the volleyball tournament for you!
 
We’re hosting a Making Strides Volleyball Tournament to raise funds for The American Cancer Society, so gather together your team today!
 
$30 per team – all proceeds go to charity.
$35 per team at the door.
 
There will be prizes for the winners, so grab your friends (or enemies) and sign up today! See the attached forms below.
 
Team Entry Form – CLICK HERE
Liability Release Form – CLICK HERE


Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

Come and be a part of our Guadalupe Credit Union team. By doing so, you can work with caring individuals in assisting the community with all of their financial goals. Currently we are looking for a Full-Time Member Service Representative.

 

Get the details and fill out the application.


GCU Member Spotlight

GCU Member Spotlight

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Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

Exciting career opportunity!
 
Branch Manager for Guadalupe Credit Union in Española.  The successful candidate will be committed to our mission of creating financial empowerment within the Española Community.  Experience in lending, operations, and management required. Bilingual in Spanish-English preferred.
 
Responsibilities include:

  • Coaching and Developing branch staff.
  • Serving existing and new members by identifying and providing them with the appropriate products and services to improve their financial lives.
  • Assisting with financial literacy and other community outreach efforts to expand membership in Española.

 

Get the details and fill out the application.


GCU Member Spotlight

GCU Member Spotlight

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SFCC YouthBuild 2015

SFCC YouthBuild 2015

YouthBuild@SFCC provides at-risk youth, ages 16 to 24, with free classes and free skills training in an 18 month comprehensive program. Students work toward a GED and earn certification in construction technologies.
 
Click Here for more info.


GCU Member Spotlight

GCU Member Spotlight

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Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

Come and be a part of our Guadalupe Credit Union team. By doing so, you can work with caring individuals in assisting the community with all of their financial goals. Currently we are looking for a Human Resource Generalist.

 

Get the details and fill out the application.


Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

Come and be a part of our Guadalupe Credit Union team. By doing so, you can work with caring individuals in assisting the community with all of their financial goals. Currently we are looking for a Part-Time Member Service Representative.

 

Get the details and fill out the application.


GCU Budgeting Class – TODAY

GCU Budgeting Class – TODAY

Santa Fe Need and Deed will be hosting a financial literacy class each “first Monday of the month” beginning August 3, 2015.
 
GCU will start off the class series by presenting “First Steps: What Do You Need to Start Managing Your Finances.
 
Class begins at 3:00pm, preceded by lunch. For directions and more information, please visit the Santa Fe Need and Deed website by clicking here.