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Make a Difference Today

As a volunteer you can help build on our foundation of success and take Chartway to new levels of member satisfaction. Think of it as working for yourself.  

As a Chartway Committee volunteer, what are my responsibilities?

  • Attend and participate in meetings, usually four to six times a year
  • Join us for in-house workshops where you can grow and thrive (and so will we)
  • Participate in planning meetings
  • Help research and develop action items and policies to present to our Board 

Take a look at the list of committees below, and if you’re inspired to get involved, come join us and share your expertise and enthusiasm. In as little as 4 to 40 hours per year, you can become empowered to make a difference for all of us. 

Chartway Volunteer Opportunities

Asset/Liability Management Committee

  • Evaluates and implements investment policies and alternatives
  • Recommends financial management strategies to the Board
  • Meetings are held quarterly
  • Approximately 12 hours of volunteer service per year

Governance, Policy & Ethics Committee

  • Reviews, provides input and oversees Board governance, policy and ethics
  • Meets four to six times a year
  • Approximately 12 hours of service per year

Legislative/Regulatory & Advocacy Committee

  • Advocates for making Chartway a leader by addressing credit union legislation
  • Leads and manages our efforts and resources in all of our branch regions
  • Includes working with the Board, other Volunteers and select team members
  • Meets four to six times a year
  • Approximately 18 hours of service per year

Loan Review Committee

  • Volunteers review and accept or deny member loan applications 
  • Loans are reviewed electronically
  • Approximately four hours of service per year

Supervisory Committee

  • Reviews, discusses the effectiveness of internal control
  • Evaluates the performance of assigned responsibilities and tasks
  • Meetings are held quarterly
  • Approximately four to six hours of service monthly/40 hours per year

Volunteer Recruitment & Development Committee

  • Develops, plans and assists with volunteer recruitment, training and retention
  • Leads and conducts an Advanced Training program for those seeking an accelerated training and volunteer education
  • Meets four to six times per year
  • Approximately 12 hours of service per year