This week’s employee spotlight is Michelle Fish, our Assistant Branch Operations Supervisor at the 160th & Mill Plain Branch. Michelle started working at OnPoint in September of 2005 and has previously held a wide variety of positions including Member Service Specialist, Outbound Call Specialist, Member Relationship Builder, Member Service Representative, Member Relationship Officer and Member Relationship Officer Team Lead.
Madison High School's David Valenzuela shares the impact winning the 2017 OnPoint Prize Educator of the Year has had on his life. Nominations for the 2018 Educator of the Year and Community Builder school awards will be accepted until April 9, 2018.
This week’s employee spotlight is Mark Hoffman, our Assistant Branch Manager at the NW 27th and Vaughn Branch. Mark started working at OnPoint in October of 2013 and has held positions as a Teller, Member Service Representative, Member Relationship Officer, Teller Coordinator, and now Assistant Branch Manager.
Take stock of your finances with these tips for 2018.
The biggest winter celebration in Oregon returns to the Old Mill District for its 19th year
OnPoint honors members and employees with community donations.
Since 2001, October was designated as National Cyber Security Awareness Month – and the timing couldn’t be better with major breaches like the recent Equifax cybersecurity incident. With online usage being a part of everyone’s daily life, it is critical for consumers to remain diligent about practicing good cybersecurity habits and protecting themselves.
OnPoint is excited to celebrate International Credit Union Day on October 19, 2017. Since 1948, International Credit Union Day has been celebrated annually on the third Thursday of October. The day allows all of us the opportunity to reflect upon the credit union history and promote awareness of and support for the credit union difference.
OnPoint sends aid to Houston in honor of members and employees.
Equipped with your shiny new degree and resume in hand – you’ve landed your first job, perhaps a new apartment, and are well on your way to making a dent in the working world. However, with more money comes more responsibility, so we’ve provided some food for thought when it comes to being financially smart.