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Credit union seeks dedicated students and alumni to join award-winning workplace

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Credit union seeks dedicated students and alumni to join award-winning workplace

Verna Kay excitedly speaking with a female student in preparation for the Virtual Fall Career Fair.
While preparing for the Virtual Fall Career Fair, Verna Kay, Resources Business Partner at Oakland University Credit Union, encourages students to research the companies they plan to speak with during one on one and group sessions. Photo credit: Sarah Swarz

For current students and alumni seeking a team-focused work environment that exemplifies on-going training and room for growth, Oakland University Credit Union should be top of list.

As sponsor for the Virtual Fall Career Fair 2020, OUCU hopes to continue seeing the Oakland University community shine at their branches as employees and credit union members.

Core values and a customer-focused mission are cornerstones at OUCU. The award-winning and nationally renowned credit union pledges "to provide superior services while assisting members and employees to achieve financial security, their goals, and ultimately, their dreams."

Currently hiring various full-time positions in their Michigan offices, OUCU encourages any major and education level job-seeker to apply and sign up for job alerts on their careers website. Support jobs listed include roles in IT, mortgages, indirect lending, HR, marketing, finance, accounting, risk management and more.

"We are building a regional office in Auburn Hills and this will offer more local opportunities in the near future," Verna Kay, OUCU Human Resources Business Partner said. "We occasionally have jobs in our branch locations and in the Community Development department in Oakland County. Visit our career page for the most up to date open jobs at"

Reserve a one on one or group session spot with OUCU at the upcoming career fair on Wednesday, September 23, from 2 - 6 p.m. by visiting

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