You can go pretty far in a new truck, but you don't have to go far to pick up a new truck loan. Montana Educators' Credit Union is local and loan decisions are made here in Missoula by real people. We will listen to you and direct you to a loan that fits your needs. Our rates are as low as 3.0% APR and we have flexible terms.
So, instead of a lot of fast talk, get a loan that's just as fast as the truck you want to buy. If you need to 'pick up' a truck loan please stop by and talk to Nick at Montana Educators' Credit Union-his number is 406-541-8736 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Montana Educators' Credit Union encourages members who are teachers working on their advanced degree at the University of Montana to apply for the Orville Getz Memorial Scholarship. The $1,000 scholarship is awarded annually through the Phyllis J. Washington College of Education and Human Sciences and the next application period opens at the end of January 2019.
The scholarship was established in 2013 by MECU and the Getz family to honor Orville, who served on the MECU board of directors and was a well-known member of the education community. He was a mentor and advocate for all those whose lives he touched and this scholarship, which is funded by an endowment at the University of Montana Foundation, is a lasting testament to his memory and legacy as a Montana educator.
Applications for the scholarship will be available online at www.coehs.umt.edu from January 31, 2019 through February 28, 2019. Recipients must be licensed teachers or school administrators currently employed in a K-12 school and pursuing master's level work at UM. Preference will be given to teachers working in Missoula, Sanders, Mineral or Granite Counties, teachers at the Victor, MT school district, and to members of Montana Educators' Credit Union.
Anyone interested in making a tax deductible gift to the endowment may also do so by contacting the University of Montana Foundation at 243-2593 or online at www.supportum.org and click on Giving Opportunities. Please note that your donation is for the Orville Getz Memorial Scholarship.