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Become a Volunteer

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to help run a business with over $55 million in assets and over 3,600 members?

Do you want to help others meet their financial goals?

Are you looking for a way to use your skills and talents to give something back to your community?

Are you interested in helping to set future direction for a dynamic organization?

Become a Coast Line CU Volunteer!

Coast Line Credit Union volunteers do all that and much more! As a member-owned financial cooperative, Coast Line relies on member volunteers to serve on its Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee. Volunteers ensure financial soundness and guide strategic and policy decisions in a wide variety of areas including technology (i.e., website, online banking), branch development, product development, marketing and member services. By becoming a Coast Line CU volunteer, you can help your credit union continue to grow and respond to members' needs. Volunteering also provides an exciting opportunity to learn, develop business and leadership skills, and network with others. Volunteers are an integral part of Coast Line's success.

How Coast Line CU Volunteers Serve

Volunteers who come together for the sole purpose of representing the best interest of Coast Line's members are the cornerstone of what makes credit unions unique. Our volunteers enrich the lives of all the members they represent, and enhance their own leadership, management, and financial skills.

Board of Directors: Board members are elected to three year terms of office by Coast Line's membership at the annual meeting. They set future strategy, develop policies, oversee Coast Line's financial security, review the CEO's progress in achieving goals and objectives, represent the interest of the entire membership, and report to the members at the annual meeting. In addition to attending monthly board meetings, directors have opportunities to serve on committees and task forces and receive free training and education on issues important to the credit union and its members.

Supervisory Committee Members: Committee members are appointed by the Coast Line Board of Directors on an annual basis. The Supervisory Committee verifies credit union records, monitors financial controls and procedures, and works with internal and external auditors. Committee members typically meet on a quarterly basis, and have access to free training and education to help them fulfill their role.

How You Can Apply for a Volunteer Position

As you can see, the Board of Director and Supervisory Committee are very important to Coast Line's success. For that reason, we ask applicants meet all of the following qualifications:

  • Membership in good standing with Coast Line
  • At least 18 years of age and bondable
  • Available for monthly and occasional special meetings
  • Willing to attend planning sessions and training programs at the credit union's expense
  • Able to work as a team member
  • Not a relative or family member of or in a significant relationship with a Coast Line employee, Director, or Supervisory Committee member.

If you would like to pursue this exciting opportunity or want more information about becoming a Coast Line Credit Union volunteer, please send an email to

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