Important Notice

  • PLAN AHEAD. As part of our merger with Inspirus Credit Union, we will have scheduled downtime as we integrate our systems. Starting at 6 p.m. on Friday, October 30, Xpress Digital Banking will be unavailable, and the Member Contact Center and branch locations will be closed through the weekend. Most services will return on Monday, November 2, with the exception of Bill Pay, which will return Wednesday, November 4. There's always the chance it will take longer than expected, in which case some services may not be available until the transfer is complete. Thank you for your patience.

Webinars

Gesa is committed to helping you reach prosperity through financial education and we are proud to honor that commitment through our new on-demand webinars.

Our online programming is now available for on-demand viewing — empowering you to become financially savvy on your schedule! We will continue to announce through our social media channels when new webinars are made available.

Money Management Through Transitions Webinar

Description: Going through a transition in life can cause financial challenges. Whether these life transitions are intentional or involuntary, money management is key to reducing stress and navigating financial challenges successfully. This webinar will equipment you with the knowledge and tools to successfully manage your money during life transitions, and start a long-term plan to financial freedom.

Webinar Workbook: Before starting the webinar, open or print the free Money Management Through Transition Workbook.

Fighting Today’s Fraud

Description: We want our members to be fully empowered to avoid or recover from fraudulent activity. This webinar will guide you through current fraud trends, ways to protect yourself from fraud, new trends during COVID-19, next steps should you become a victim of fraud and additional resources available.

Preparing for College Admissions During COVID-19

Description: Dr. Rich Quadrel of Sage College Prep Services joins us to discuss the impacts that COVID-19 has made, and offer suggestions for high school families on how to navigate the current situation while staying on course for college preparation and admissions.