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Carolina Trust FCU of SC can now serve Brunswick County, NC

The National Credit Union Administration has approved a field of membership expansion for Myrtle Beach, S.C.-based Carolina Trust Federal Credit Union, which will broaden the credit union’s FOM to include Brunswick County, N.C.

Brunswick County is in southeastern North Carolina, just over the border from Myrtle Beach.

Carolina Trust FCU currently serves approximately 40,000 members and has branches in Myrtle Beach, Surfside Beach, Little River, Conway, Johnsonville and Lake City (all in South Carolina). The credit union explained that after it opened a branch in October 2014 in Little River (which is very close to the North Carolina border), residents of Brunswick County had wanted to join, but were ”unable to open accounts due to the credit union’s restricted field of membership.”

Aside from Brunswick County, the credit union already serves individuals and business owners who live, work (or regularly conduct business in), worship, volunteer or attend school in Horry, Georgetown, Marion and Williamsburg counties, along with the southern part of Florence County, S.C.

Heritage Trust employee named Lowcountry Chapter Protégé

CHARLESTON, SC (November 6, 2018) — Charleston Young Professionals and the Carolinas Credit Union League Lowcountry Chapter recently hosted the CUaware Protégé Competition. This annual event is an opportunity for credit union chapters to support the league’s investment in developing leadership, reinforce cooperative principles and credit union philosophyby recognizing rising professionals age 35 and under.

Each candidate must choose a topic of interest from the pre-determined list provided by the Carolinas Credit Union League, create a visual presentation to accompany their speech and present to a panel of judges. Candidates first present as part of an internal selection process within their credit union to identify who will represent the organization at the chapter-level competition. Once chosen to move on, they present to an audience of their peers and judges.

Cierra Faubert, Member Service Representative was selected as the Heritage Trust Federal Credit Union representative in this year’s competition. Her presentation focused on the many ways credit unions are committed to providing members with outstanding financial education.