HIGHTSTOWN, N.J. (3/21/14)--New Jersey's newly expanded Credit Union Advisory Council (CUAC) is seeking delegates to represent federally and state-chartered credit unions.
In January, Gov. Chris Christie signed legislation supported by the New Jersey Credit Union League that expands the CUAC to seven members from five and includes representation of federally chartered credit unions.
Members are nominated by the governor and must be confirmed by the state Senate.
The league is encouraging interested representatives to submit their resume to the league, which will then forward it to the appropriate state official. Credit union professionals also can apply directly online by searching "Credit Union Advisory Council" on the New Jersey boards, commissions and authorities website.
No fewer than four seats can be held by representatives of state-chartered credit unions, and federally chartered credit union representatives cannot hold less than two seats.