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MSU Federal Credit Union’s (MSUFCU’s) learning and talent development program has been named among Training Magazine’s Top 125 most successful in the world for the second consecutive year.

“We create an environment where everyone can be successful by providing all employees access to eLearning and in-person training sessions,” said Silvia Dimma, MSUFCU Chief Human Resources Officer. “With these programs, our employees continuously build new skills, both personally and professionally, that support them as they develop their careers with Credit Union.”

Several components of the Credit Union’s Learning and Talent Development program were evaluated for the 2019 award, including alignments with strategic goals, learning innovations, programs offered, and its outstanding training initiative, What is Phishing? Information Security Awareness Series.

Training Magazine is a professional development publication advocating using training and workforce development as a business tool. The magazine is targeted to training, human resources, and business management professionals in all industries.


MSUFCU has a national reputation for excellence and has received several top industry and workplace awards. The Credit Union was named in the top 100 best workplaces for women by Fortune for the third year, in the top five Michigan credit unions by Forbes Best-in-State Credit Unions, Best Workplace in Financial Services and Insurance by Fortune Magazine, received the ATHENA Award® for Organizational Leadership, and for the fifth year, was named West Michigan Best and Brightest to Work For. MSUFCU was named one of Michigan’s Best and Brightest in Wellness for the fourth consecutive year, has been certified as a Great Place to Work® for six consecutive years, and was named as a Top Workplace in the large employer category by the Detroit Free Press for seven consecutive years. The Credit Union has also been recognized for its financial education initiatives, ranking first for the Alphonse Desjardins Adult and Youth Financial Education Awards, and the Louise Herring Award as well as an honorable mention for the Dora Maxwell Award by the Michigan Credit Union League. Founded in 1937, MSUFCU is headquartered in East Lansing, has 19 branches, more than 287,000 members, nearly $4.7 billion in assets, and more than 900 employees. For more information, visit