Realizing the investment of both finances and planning, Credit Union ONE created the William G. Coyne Credit Union ONE Scholarship Program to help their student members in their endeavors to further their education after high school.
Graduating high school seniors Alexandra Cook of Beverly Hills, Emily Rowland of Sterling Heights, Juan Sancen of Detroit, and Joseph Stefanko of Brighton were selected to each receive a $1,500 scholarship based on academics, community service and a written essay.
“As a community based member-owned organization, we are pleased to be able to give back to our student members to assist in their successes,” said Paul Stuart, Credit Union ONE Chairman of the Board.
Credit Union ONE, headquartered in Ferndale Michigan for over seventy years, offers a wide array of financial services and access to over 28,000 ATM’s nationwide, serving 106,000 members, with eighteen offices in three major metropolitan areas, including Metro Detroit, Grand Rapids and Traverse City. For more information go to cuone.org or "like us" on Facebook
Contact Judi Desilets, Director of Public Relations for Credit Union ONE, 248-584-5224, Judi_Desilets@cuone.org