Entries by Ashley

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Job Hunting? Look Out for Phony Job Postings

Scammers are using the names of well-known employers to post job openings that don’t exist. The purpose is to trick consumers into sending them personal information or money upfront to get the job. The phony postings are hard to pass up. They offer great pay, telework options, and money to set up a home office. […]

Handyman Needed

Jack or Jill of All Trades Needed! Do you have spare time and general maintenance talent? We are looking for someone (as an independent contractor, not as an employee of NCCU) to do odd jobs and repairs occasionally and as needed. Requires the ability to lift up to 50 lbs and to perform physical labor. […]

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April is Credit Union Youth Month

Dreaming big doesn’t mean you need to start with big actions. The first small step is usually the hardest, but once it’s taken, you can use momentum to propel you forward. This year’s theme for National Credit Union Youth Month is “Save Small. Dream Big. at your credit union.” We want to tell young members […]

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Matt Wilson latest Helping Teachers Teach winner

Matt Wilson, English and speech teacher at Happy Valley High School, is the latest Northeast Community Credit Union Helping Teacher’s Teach grant winner. Wilson is using the grant to help pay the entry fees for the HVHS Warrior Troupe Speech & Debate team to the district speech/debate tournament in April. “This club prepares students to […]