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SCMS accepting first-year students
FORT WORTH, Texas (3/20/12)--Southwest CUNA Management School (SCMS), a three-year program, is now accepting first-year applications for the July 8-18 session, said SCMS Director Janine McBee.

To ensure every student gets maximum benefit from the program, only 55 students will be admitted.

SCMS' curriculum focuses on advocacy, asset/liability management, innovation, leadership and strategic planning/thinking. The program is offered at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas. Located five miles from the heart of downtown Fort Worth, TCU has a long-standing reputation for excellence in academic teaching and research.

Prospective SCMS students can apply early in order to take advantage of two scholarship opportunities: the SCMS Scholarship (April 27 deadline for application) and the c2c: Connect to Collaborate Scholarship for one credit union professional under the age of 30.

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