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KeyPoint Credit Union is doing great things in the California Bay Area and Silicon Valley. Here’s where you can stay updated on everything going on at our credit union branches and plan to attend free educational seminars on all types of financial topics. 

We’re excited about our community involvement and proud of the awards we’ve won. Check out all of it in this section. 

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UC Berkeley Student Wins KeyPoint Scholarship

Jan 13, 2014

Santa Clara, CA (December 11, 2013) – KeyPoint Credit Union is pleased to announce that member Bryson Young is the recipient of KeyPoint’s 2013 $1,000 Education Scholarship Award.

Young has been part of KeyPoint since his mother first joined in 1989. He graduated from Piedmont Hills High School with a weighted GPA of 4.25, and currently attends the University of California, Berkeley. Young is majoring in Integrative Biology / Pre-Med & Spanish Language and Literatures.

Class is in session, and we promise it will be fun. KeyPoint Credit Union offers free education seminars to help you build your net worth. The seminars are hosted by noted experts in the fields of investments, trusts, financial planning, taxes and other specialties on a variety of topics: 

  • Retirement Planning
  • Living Trusts
  • First-Time Home Buyers
  • College Planning
  • Investment strategies
  • 401(k) Rollovers
  • Identity Theft
  • Small Business Planning
  • Asset allocation
  • and more

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We love giving back to our communities in the California Bay Area and Silicon Valley. And we certainly appreciate when our efforts are recognized and rewarded by others. Here are some of our recent awards, accolades and public recognitions. We’re proud that our dedication to serving you, the member, often leads to multiple opportunities to give back.

Year Award/Reason
2015 Bay Area Top Workplace - KeyPoint was named a Top Workplace by the Bay Area News Group, ranking 16th out of the region's 35 top-rated midsize companies (150-499 employees). The Top Workplaces list was determined solely through employee feedback in a survey by WorkplaceDynamics, LLC, a leading research firm on organizational health and employee engagement.
2014 WebAward for Standard of Excellence - The Web Marketing Association awarded KeyPoint and our website designer, ZAG Interactive, the Credit Union Standard of Excellence award for excellence in seven criteria: Design, innovation, content, technology, interactivity, copywriting, and ease of use.
2012 Most Community-Minded Large Company - Milpitas: The Milpitas Post-Bay Area News Group has, after four weeks of voting, voted KeyPoint Credit Union with the honor of the "Most Community-Minded Large Company". This is in recognition of all of the community work KeyPoint Credit Union has done in the greater Silicon Valley, and especially in Milpitas.
2011 Corporate Citizen of the Year - Milpitas: The Milpitas Chamber of Commerce has just named KeyPoint Credit Union as the Milpitas "Corporate Citizen of the Year". This is in recognition of all of the community work KeyPoint has done in the greater Silicon Valley, and especially in Milpitas.
2011 State of California District 22 Small Business of the Year: Assembly member Paul Fong has selected KeyPoint Credit Union for Assembly District 22's Small Business of the Year.
2011

Santa Barbara News Press Readers' Choice Awards for 2011: KeyPoint Credit Union's Goleta Branch was named the "Best Credit Union" in the Santa Barbara News Press Readers’ Choice Awards for 2011.

2011 Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Community Service Award: KeyPoint Credit Union is awarded second place for our community involvement: The Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Community Service Award recognizes a credit union or chapter/multiple credit union group for its social responsibility work and charitable projects that support its community.  This award is not for projects that are directed at and/or benefit a credit union’s membership but rather focus on work in the community.