The last Monday in May has been designated as a day that we pay homage to the service men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country’s freedom. Remember, it is NOT National BBQ Day! If you can’t think of ways to celebrate then you are in luck to live in a city Read More
Job hunting, resume building, networking and multiple interviews paid off, but now you’re torn about which job offer to accept. If this is the situation you’re in, consider yourself lucky!
Between salary, benefits, company culture and career advancement possibilities, there’s a lot to consider.
What should you be comparing? What makes one better than the other? Read More
New Year, new scholarship! February is already underway, which means the deadline for the 2018 Day Air Scholarship is quickly approaching! As a way to give back to the community, each year Day Air awards two $1,000 scholarships to young members that demonstrate high achievement in academics, extra-curricular activities, and community involvement. This is Read More
We at Day Air Credit Union believe that community is a part of our very essence and we demonstrate that throughout the year with community sponsorships and donations.
Of course, for all of us, our hearts are opened just a little wider during the Christmas and holiday season and we want to share a couple Read More
While looking out of my office window thinking of topics to write my blog, my attention is captivated by the huge American flag blowing in the breeze in front of the main entrance to the Dayton VA hospital. The flag serves as a reminder of what our service men and women have fought for, Read More
The “Season of Giving” is approaching fast. This six week period between Thanksgiving and New Year’s is the busiest time of year for charities and donations.
Americans gave almost $400 billion dollars in donations of money, toys, food and clothing last year alone. To make the most of your donation consider these tips:
Choose wisely: Read More
“Does the American Dream no longer include homeownership?”
That was the headline of a July CNN Money post about a Pew Research study suggesting that home ownership “has become more elusive” since the financial crisis of 2008. Pew’s study found more households are headed by renters today than at any time since 1965. In kind, Read More
How will you and your family honor our fallen Veterans this Memorial Day? The Dayton area has a community that is rich with military history from the 150 year old Dayton VA Medical Center and Wright-Patterson Airforce Base to the late building 26 of National Cash Register’s (NCR) campus; where code breaking machines were Read More
Credit unions throughout the country are disappearing. There are now 5,800 credit unions in the U.S. and that number is decreasing at the rate of one per day. Consolidation of community banks is occurring at the same rate as credit unions.
Smaller institutions frequently don’t have the capital, management expertise, technology and/or overall resources to Read More
I love my job! As a Business Development Officer for Day Air I get to meet many community leaders, educate the public on the importance of financial management, be involved with several community service organizations and I am engaged with several Chambers of Commerce.
But, by far, I get the most satisfaction out of instructing Read More