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Notre Dame FCU Announces Internship Program for Area Students

Notre Dame, IN – Notre Dame Federal Credit Union (Notre Dame FCU) announced today its internship program for area students with concentrations in accounting, electronic services, human resources, IT, loan operations, marketing, retail and special projects.

Internships are a great opportunity to gain insight into working life at Notre Dame FCU. Interns work alongside full-time partners, performing real tasks while growing skills and building connections in a dynamic work environment.

Notre Dame Federal Credit Union President/CEO Honored with National Award

Notre Dame, IN – Notre Dame Federal Credit Union President/CEO Thomas J. Gryp has been awarded the CEO Trailblazer of the Year Award from Credit Union Times. The 2016 Trailblazer Award winner was announced yesterday.

Since joining Notre Dame FCU in 2010, Gryp has led efforts to radically transform the credit union into a leading regional institution with an extensive and growing national presence.

Notre Dame Federal Credit Union Launching Irish Card Shield

Notre Dame, IN – Notre Dame Federal Credit Union announced today that it will offer a new, high tech security feature for its members that use Notre Dame FCU debit and credit cards.  Designed to dramatically reduce debit and credit card fraud, Irish Card Shield allows cardholders to activate and deactivate their cards in real time from their mobile phones.

Irish Card Shield empowers the Notre Dame FCU cardholder to manage their cards in a number of dynamic ways:

Pathways February 2016

In this issue of Pathways: GreenPath newsletter:

  • Don't Let ATM Fees Break Your Budget
  • How Can I Boost My Credit Score? 
  • Webinar Wednesdays in February

Get on the path to financial wellness: download PDF.

Introducing Chip Cards

Notre Dame FCU members are in for some changes to their debit cards, starting in 2016. Beginning early in the year, the credit union will initiate the roll out of Chip Cards, also known as Smart Chip or EMV Cards, to their members. These new cards are embedded with microprocessor chips that store and protect cardholder data.

During a transaction with a chip card at a chip card terminal, the chip produces a single-use code to validate the transaction—further protecting cards from unauthorized use.