Bob Bennett once said, “I am completely dedicated to the credit union movement.” He joined the credit union in 1954 and served on the Board of Directors until 2002. In all, he volunteered over 30 years of his time and service to Unity One Credit Union. “Bob has served our members longer than any other volunteer in the history of our credit union. Bob was a dedicated volunteer who represented the members very well and always placed their best interests first in all decisions. In his honor, we are pleased to create the Robert P. Bennett Memorial Scholarship in Bob’s name, in recognition of his many years of dedicated service to the members of Unity One Credit Union,” said Gary R. Williams, Unity One CU president and CEO.
1st Place: One thousand dollars ($1000)
1st Runner-up: Five hundred dollars ($500)
2nd Runner-up: Two hundred and fifty dollars ($250)
Deadline: April 26, 2019
Applicants must submit an essay and a copy of their most recent transcript with the completed application.
Essay prompt: Online technology is quickly changing how we think about banking. As a credit union member, 1) how do you think technology affects your banking experience in comparison to your parent’s experience at the same age, 2) what banking tools do you currently use that you feel are vital to your financial future and why, 3) what improvements would you make to Unity One’s current technology lineup to make banking more friendly for your generation?