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Maintaining a good credit score can help when you need a new loan. A high score is an indication to lenders that you can responsibly manage debt. It could result in your earning a better rate on a loan or improving your chances of being approved in the first place. If your credit score drops, it could be difficult to build it back up. That's why keeping your credit health in good shape is so important. It's best to avoid these seven common pitfalls.Read More
Maintaining a good credit score can help when you need a new loan. A high score is an indication to lenders that you can responsibly manage debt. It could result in your earning a better rate on a loan or improving your chances of being approved in the first place. If your credit score drops, it could be difficult to build it back up. That's why keeping your credit health in good shape is so important. It's best to avoid these seven common pitfalls.
With so many deserving organizations serving our community, it can be difficult to choose where to direct charitable giving. We recently invited out social media followers to participate in a special online contest to decide the recipients of six donations. Here's what they decided.
The biggest winter celebration in Oregon returns to the Old Mill District for its 20th year!
This holiday season, many of us gather with our loved ones in a spirit of gratitude. As the weather cools, we look for ways to warm the hearts not only of our neighbors, friends and family, but also the most vulnerable members of our community. At OnPoint, we wanted to celebrate the season by sharing with our employees the opportunity to spread some holiday cheer. Learn more in this week's blog post.
This week’s employee spotlight is Nick Wilkins, Senior Member Relationship Officer at the SW 5th Ave branch. In 2015, Nick joined OnPoint as a Teller, was then promoted to Member Service Representative, and then Member Relationship Officer before becoming a Senior Member Relationship Officer. Nick has proven adept at helping members accomplish their financial goals and has a strong track record of achievement in his first few years at OnPoint.
For so many students, the lessons learned in high school activities last a lifetime. It’s important to stick with something, even when it may be challenging. Sometimes you’ll win, and sometimes you’ll lose, but good sportsmanship is always important. High school activities can also teach students how to balance their extracurricular activities with their academic pursuits.
This week’s employee spotlight is Alex Fischer, Operations Specialist II at the Montgomery Park headquarters. Alex joined our team in 2015, and for the last two years she has taken on a leadership role in her department as a Peer Mentor. As a mentor, Alex helps her teammates learn the ins and outs of operations and become more efficient and effective in their roles.
Here is what she had to share about her life and experiences at OnPoint:
Banking today can be incredibly simple, especially with the help of technology. We use our smartphones and tablets to deposit checks, transfer funds, check account balances and pay bills. Mobile banking is convenient and quick, but it's important to stop and ask: Is mobile banking safe?
Small Business Saturday was first observed in 2010, and Little Boxes has expanded this tradition into a full weekend event. This Portland-wide program encourages residents to shop at participating businesses. From November 23 through 25, holiday shoppers have the opportunity to discover the quality and variety offered by the local shopping scene. Find out more here.
This week’s employee spotlight is Brian Boehne, Commercial Relationship Manager. Brian joined our team earlier this year and brought a unique set of skills and high level of energy to his position as a Commercial Lender. In his relatively short time with OnPoint, Brian has already taken advantage of our several employee volunteer opportunities and has proven to be a great fit within OnPoint’s culture. We couldn’t be happier to have him as a part of our team.