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Harrisburg, PA (August 19, 2019) Three Belco employees graduated from Judge/Bradley Leadership School on Thursday, August 15 at Penn State University in State College, PA. Holly Rubinic, Jay Reyes and April Link attended the program for two years and graduated with enhanced leadership skills, ideas to improve the credit union and a new network of peers.

Judge/Bradley Leadership School provides students with an opportunity to gain leadership skills and move their career forward in a fun, collaborative environment. Students learn from Penn State Corporate Learning instructors and from credit union peers and colleagues. The school has been part of the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association’s education curriculum since 1955 and has evolved into a learning experience tailored for future credit union leaders through a combination of classroom learning and team building.

“We are proud to recognize our employees on this accomplishment,” said Amey Sgrignoli, President & CEO. “Belco is committed to employee development and growth, and we support continuing education for our employees.”

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About Belco Community Credit Union

Belco Community Credit Union is a full-service financial institution offering checking, savings, loan, investment and small business products and services. Established in 1939 to serve employees of Bell Telephone Company in Harrisburg, PA, Belco became a community chartered credit union in July 2005, opening membership to businesses and individuals who live, work, worship, or attend school in Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Perry or York counties. Belco currently has nearly 66,000 members and $618 million in assets, 14 branches, numerous ATM locations, and 24-hour account access through mobile, online and telephone banking. For more information, visit www.belco.org or call (800) 642-4482.

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