Normand Dubreuil Scholarship Fund donation to benefit Maine Maritime Academy, Maine Community College System
A donation of $100,000 to the Normand Dubreuil Scholarship Fund at Maine Maritime Academy and the Maine Community College System has been approved for distribution by the Maine State Credit Union Board of Directors. Since its inception, Maine State Credit Union has donated $350,000 to this fund and has helped more than 300 Mainers, according to MSCU, in a news release.
“Maine State Credit Union is here to help all Mainers find financial security, whether through products and services or financial education,” said Stephen Wallace, CEO and President of Maine State Credit Union, in a news release. “The Normand Dubreuil Scholarship Fund is another way we help people gain the knowledge and skills they need to succeed.”
The Normand Dubreuil Scholarship Fund was created in 2020 in memory of Maine State Credit Union's late CEO. The Board of Directors wanted to honor his commitment to Maine and helping all Mainers thrive. The Maine Community College System and Maine Maritime Academy manage the funds to provide financial aid to students, regardless of their ability to pay.
“Working with an organization that cares so much about investing in the people of Maine is exceptional; I am proud to be a part of continuing this great legacy,” said Eric Poirier, Chairperson of Maine State Credit Union Board of Directors.
Maine State Credit Union is one of the largest credit unions in Maine, with over $600 million in assets. Located in Augusta, Maine, it employs over 120 Mainers and has been on the list of Best Places to Work in Maine for the past ten years. It was founded in 1935 under the stairs in the Maine State House as a place for the state employees to bank; now, it has over 33,000 members and open to all Mainers in Androscoggin, Cumberland, Kennebec, Knox, Lincoln, Somerset, Sagadahoc, and Waldo counties. Learn more at MaineStateCU.org.
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