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Kyla Schmidt, Why I Care Member Recipient

Kyla Schmidt, Why I Care Member Recipient

As a young woman facing an unplanned pregnancy, Kyla Schmidt knew the challenges of navigating community resources in order to provide for herself and her newborn son.

Care Kits to Support Unity House

On June 8, National Best Friend Day, SEFCU volunteers assembled and delivered 225 care kits to support the programs of Unity House Domestic Violence Services.

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Creating an Income Plan While in Retirement

 

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Taking Money Out of Retirement Without a Plan is a Recipe for Trouble
 

 You‘ve saved for years. Now that you are retired, did you create an income plan from your savings?

Employee Spotlight - Sean Smith

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This month we are highlighting Sean Smith, Member Service Leader at our SEFCU Square and Albany St. branches in Schenectady.

 

Why Choose SEFCU?

Choose SEFCU because you want a career not a job. You take pride in what you do and want to be part of a company that allows you to be part of something bigger than yourself. Volunteerism is highly encouraged and you will have many opportunities to support organizations near and dear to your heart and ours. At SEFCU, employees are #1. Here is list of official benefits all who work 20 or more hours per week can enjoy.

Corporate Tenets

SEFCU was founded in 1934 with the credit union philosophy of people helping people. Fast forward more than 80 years later and our mission is the same. Changing Lives Every Day is about making a positive impact in the neighborhoods we live, work, and play. Become a SEFCU employee and help make a difference.

Five SEFCU Board Members Elected to Additional Terms

Albany, NY – Earlier this spring, SEFCU Board of Directors members Vincent W. Colonno, Philip Fields, Kenneth C. Hahn, Timothy J. Jennings, and Mary Warr-Cowans  were all elected to an additional term.  This is Philip's first election to a full term after serving in an interim capacity, and Vince, Ken, Tim, and Mary are re-elected incumbents.