He’s (Not) All Business Erik joins our Palladium team as our Commercial Credit Officer. “I have several friends who work at Allegacy so I knew when it was time for me to make a change, Allegacy was the place to be.” Erik is an avid outdoorsman with a home in the Triad and a cabin in the mountains near Mt. … Continue reading →
Larry, Member Advisor, is excited to begin his journey at Palladium Financial Center. “I joined Allegacy to be a part of something that is bigger than myself – to be connected to a place that is committed to placing the interest of the member first.” As a history buff, it’s no surprise that Larry’s favorite movies are the National Treasure and the … Continue reading →
Planting Roots Keya, Member Advisor, has lived in High Point for the past nine years and just celebrated her one year anniversary as a rover for Allegacy in May. The opportunity to be a member advisor at Palladium gives her a chance to settle down close to home. “I’m excited about establishing a relationship with the members of our Palladium … Continue reading →
Beginning the Next Chapter in High Point Autumn is a Member Advisor that comes to Palladium from our Peace Haven Financial Center. “I love the values that Allegacy is built on. We are very genuine in our desire to help members and our teammates be their best and I’m very excited to introduce Allegacy to the High Point community.” Newly … Continue reading →
Moving Closer to Home Andy, a Member Advisor at Palladium, helped launch Bermuda Run Financial Center in 2018and is on his second launch with Palladium. The transition to Palladium gives him the chance to move a little closer to home. His favorite part about working in these newly designed financial centers is the technology they offer our members. “I came … Continue reading →
Home Sweet Home As a graduate of Western Carolina University, Southwest Guilford High School and a board member of the Union Cross PTA, Derek Carte, Financial Center Manager, has his roots in the area. “I love that Allegacy lives out its values on a daily basis. Giving back to the community, especially the one I grew up in, is very … Continue reading →
The credit union philosophy has always been ‘people helping people’ and at Allegacy Federal Credit Union, we were built on that belief. Putting members and community first is the only way we know. That’s why we partner with many local organizations to support arts, education and wellbeing right here in the Triad. In addition to our many sponsorships and donations, … Continue reading →
At Allegacy Federal Credit Union, we believe in doing the right thing for your wellbeing and that includes our members, teammates and community. Doing right moments not only happen when we go above and beyond for a member, but also in our everyday lives. Our teammates volunteer over 6000 hours a year at organizations such as Cancer Services, Inc., The … Continue reading →
In today’s job market, employers are not only looking at your education and work history. They’re often trying to predict how you will behave in the role and ultimately contribute to the organization. By asking behavioral interview questions, a recruiter will probe deeper into how you’ve handled various work situations in the past to uncover your transferable skills, abilities, and … Continue reading →
During a job interview, the company is looking for far more than verifying a list of qualifications. They want to meet you and determine if you’d be a ‘good fit’ for their team. At the same time, you’ll want to evaluate the company culture and decide whether or not it fits with your values and beliefs. Why is this so … Continue reading →
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