As a not-for-profit financial cooperative, the Credit Union relies on volunteers to fill the vital positions of the Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee.

Current members that are 18 years or older with an account in good standing with the Credit Union are eligible to submit an application to become a Volunteer Official for 121 Financial Credit Union. To be considered, review the information below and complete your application & candidate statement today.

Application to Serve as Credit Union Volunteer Official 

Sample Candidate Statement

Duties and Responsibilities as a Credit Union Volunteer

Credit Union Code of Ethics

Nominating Selection Criteria for Volunteer Officials

Other qualifications include, but are not limited to:

  • Possesses areas of financial knowledge, experience, educational background, and interest pertinent to 121 Financial’s future success.
  • Ability to positively represent and display the credit union’s core values.
  • Has completed the necessary educational and training requirements.
  • Is a member in good standing with the Credit Union.
  • Does not have any conflicts of interest regarding relationships with current Board Members (e.g. relative/immediate family, employer, business partner, etc.)
  • Has never been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor that contradicts the values of 121 Financial.

To be considered all applications must be received via U.S. Mail and postmarked by November 15, 2019.

You can submit your application one of three ways. By mail, email or fax.

Executive Assistants O.B.O. Nominating Committee
121 Financial Credit Union
P.O. Box 40769
Jacksonville, FL 32203

ExecAssistant@121fcu.org

Fax: 904-722-6660

Once your application has been received a confirmation will be sent.

We thank you for your interest in becoming a Volunteer Official for 121 Financial Credit Union.