LGFCU encourages members who may be experiencing significant financial difficulties due to job loss to use the resources below.
The N.C. Employment Security Commission (ESC) has a wealth of resources including filing for unemployment benefits, finding a job and information on career training programs. Visit www.ncesc.com for more information.
Losing a job impacts multiple areas of your life. The Department of Health and Human Services provides up-to-date information about programs and services across North Carolina for families, seniors, youths, veterans, and everyone in-between. Visit www.ncdhhs.gov to find help to get you through tough times.
LGFCU occasionally has career opportunities for individuals who are highly skilled in their area of expertise, share a commitment to improving the lives of members, are people-centered, and pursue excellence in all that they do. Visit Careers for more information.
State Employees' Credit Union (SECU) is another not-for-profit, member-owned cooperative with the goal of helping the people in our community. Their site contains information on branch and administrative positions. Visit the SECU website to see current job listings.
Similar to a successful effort in 2007 in which LGFCU reached out to potential subprime victims helping more than 100 stay in their homes, the Credit Union is again taking action. A direct mail campaign is currently underway to 12,400 members, offering options to uncomfortable mortgage situations. If you—or someone you know—need help, please give LGFCU a call at 877.367.5428.
Discuss your financial situation with LGFCU's certified financial planners for free! Find out more about how we can help. Visit Financial Planning, call 877.367.5428 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for your complimentary consultation.