To make D.C. Teachers Federal Credit Union a
number one world class credit union which will provide the best
in financial services.
Designed to Be Different
D.C. Teachers Federal Credit Union was originally
chartered by the District of Columbia. Today it's a federal credit
union. Like other credit unions, its not-for-profit, service-oriented,
member-focused approach to business distinguishes it from other
types of financial institutions, as do its low interest rates on
loans and high interest rates for savings accounts.
Who Can Join
You can join our credit union if you belong to
any of the following groups:
Employees, pensioners and annuitants of:
- American Federation of School Administrator
- The American Federation of Teachers
- The District Board of Higher Education
- The District Board of Vocational Education
- AFL-CIO (Washington, DC)
- The Council of School Officers, Local 4, AFL-CIO
- D.C. Public Schools Students/Employees
- D.C. Public Charter Schools
- D.C.P.S. Board of Education
- The University of the District of Columbia
- (Students and Alumni)
- Washington Teachers’ Union (Local 6)
- Prince Hall Masons and Eastern Stars
- Employees of the Wireless Communications, Inc.
- Employees of BR Movers
- Employees of Techna-Graphics Inc.
- All members of the above members families
University of the District of Columbia faculty,
students and alumni
Prince Hall Masons and Eastern Stars, District of Columbia Jurisdiction
Urban Family Institute
The Way of the Cross Church Daycare
Immediate family members of any of the above
(spouses, parents, children, siblings, grandchildren, stepparents,
stepchildren, stepsiblings, adoptive parents or children and legal
guardians and their wards)
Once a Member, Always a Member
After you join, you'll remain a member even if you no longer meet
any of the above criteria. That means your family members will still
be eligible to join as well.
As a cooperative, we are a membership organization. Our members
exercise control over the Credit Union through their annual election
of the Board of Directors. The Board governs the affairs of the
Dr. C. Denise Witcher Sessoms, Chairman of the
Mr. Jerome Shelton, Vice
Ms. Tamika L. Taylor, Esq., Treasurer
Mr. William Bailey, Secretary
Mr. Harold Fisher, Director
Ms. Mary C. Wright, Director
Mr. Edward B. Harrison, Jr., Director
Mr. James L. Ivey, Director
Mr. Lester W. Jones, Director
Ms. Sheila J. Reid, Director
Our credit union also has a paid staff. If you would be interested
in serving D.C. Teachers Federal Credit Union in a professional
capacity, send your resume to:
David A. McWilliams, Sr., CCE
President/Chief Executive Officer
D.C. Teachers Federal Credit Union
P.O. Box 48009
Washington, DC 20002
Your resume will be kept on file for 3 months.
If we have an opening in your area of expertise during that time,
we will contact you.
Contact us for and employment application.
Dr. C. Denise Witcher Sessoms
Harriett F. Kargbo
Mary C. Wright
Mr. Lester W. Jones, Chairman
Mr. Charles B. Mercer, Jr.
Mrs. Marvel S. White
Juanita S. Winn Scholarships
Each year, our Board of Directors awards scholarships to graduating
high school seniors. Applications are generally between March 1
and May 1. Contact Cynthia Payne for the exact dates.
To qualify for one of the two scholarships,
an applicant must be a son, daughter, grandson or granddaughter
of a Credit Union member in good standing. In addition, the applicant
must be a well-rounded student with at least a B average. Applicants
must also submit copies of their SAT scores and recommendations
from their principals or counselors.
Applications may be obtained at the receptionist's
desk at the main office, the UDC branch or at the Prince Hall branch.
Contact Cynthia Payne for
more information. Mail your completed application to:
c/o Ms. Cynthia Payne
D.C. Teachers Federal Credit Union
9th and D Streets, N.E.
Washington, DC 20002-0009
our annual report.
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