CUTX had the honor of sponsoring the Urban Youth Summit Around the Arts. The summit, attended by about 1,000 Dallas ISD students, focused on communicating the positive impact the arts can have on students’ lives. Check out some photos of the event below! Read More
CUTX proudly sponsored the 2016 Live2Lead Leadership Conference in Irving, TX. The conference hosted business leaders and students alike, teaching each group the importance of leading by example. Our CEO, John Lederer, was invited to be part of a live panel where he shared his story and advice on leading a company. CUTX also hosted a Reality Fair for the students, where they learned about budgeting-many for the first time. Read More
The 2nd Annual Equal Pay Day Conference provides four tracks attendees can choose from, specializing the experience to be relevant and helpful to their needs.
The end of summer means the start of a new school year. From providing thousands of teachers with academic planners, to sponsoring countless school events, CUTX is committed to serving the schools in our area. Recently, we’ve partnered with Lewisville ISD to sponsor a Back to School Fair and New Hire Breakfast. We loved the opportunity to talk to both students and the new teachers that will instruct them for the school year. Read More
July 11, 2016
Last week’s tragic shooting in Dallas claimed the life of a dear CUTX friend, Officer Michael “Mike” Smith. Officer Mike Smith was one of the five officers who sacrificed his life to protect the lives of others.
In years past, Officer Mike Smith worked alongside CUTX employees at the CPA and Ross Store locations, as he provided onsite security for the employees and members – TRULY, ONE OF THE FAMILY! Read More
Credit Union of Texas hosts Reality Fairs at middle and high school campuses throughout the DFW metroplex. What is a Reality Fair? Think the game of Life but with real-world budgets and financial knowledge students can go home and impress their parents with. Though designed with middle and high school students in mind, other groups such as church youth organizations can take part and benefit as well. Let’s take a closer look at the inner workings of a Reality Fair and why it’s an effective tool for educating our youth. Read More
If you didn’t already know, CUTX has its fair share of geeks on the team. We did what we do best, dressed up in our favorite Star Wars characters and visited the kiddos at Children’s Hospital. Thank you for having us! We hope you had just as much fun as we did. Read More
Dallas, TX April 29, 2016 – Nancy Bernardino, currently a Dallas ISD Principal for the Solar Preparatory School for Girls, was awarded Credit Union of Texas’ William H. Cotton $20,000 scholarship. The scholarship honors William H. Cotton, a Dallas ISD and CUTX trailblazer, and is open to all DISD employees who wish to pursue a post-baccalaureate degree or certification. Read More