Eligibility

Interior FCU is your natural resource for financial services! There are MANY ways to join the credit union, first and foremost, if you have an immediate family member who is a current Interior Federal Credit Union member then you qualify.

If you don’t have any family members that are credit union members don’t worry about it, just take a look at the many ways to join below.  Once you’ve found your eligibility get started by clicking the Become A Member button.  We look forward to you joining the credit union family!

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DOI Employees, Contractors, & Family

Department of the Interior employees and contractors:

  • Employees of the United States Department of the Interior; Including these bureaus: National Park Service, Bureau of Reclamation, U.S. Geological Survey, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management Regulation and Enforcement (BOEMRE), Bureau of Land Management, Office of Surface Mining and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.  Persons who are retired as pensioners or annuitants from the above employment are also eligible for membership.
  • Contractors and employees of contractors who work under contract with the U.S. Department of the Interior;
  • Family & Household– Immediate family members include: spouse, children, brothers, sisters, parents, grandparents, and grandchildren.  For purposes of this definition, stepchildren, stepsiblings, and adopted children are also considered to be immediate family members.  Spouses of persons who died while within the field of membership of this Credit Union.  Household members will consist of those individuals living in the same residence and who maintain a single economic unit.  This definition intends to embrace any person who is a permanent member of and participates in the maintenance of the household.  Domestic partners and anyone who lives in the household and can demonstrate a degree of permanency will be considered to be household members.
Select Employee Groups

Employees of the following groups are eligible for membership:

  • Alaska Wilderness League who work in, or are paid or supervised from Washington, DC;
  • Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies who work in, or are paid or supervised from Washington, DC;
  • Association of National Park Service Rangers who are members and employees in Lakewood, CO;
  • Back on My Feet who are members, employees, and volunteers in Washington, DC;
  • Community of Faith Tabernacle Baptist who are members, employees, and volunteers in Springfield, VA;
  • Corps Cooperative who work in, or are paid or supervised from Tucson, AZ;
  • Corps Network in Washington, DC;
  • Council on Foundations, Inc. who work in Washington DC;
  • Defenders of Wildlife who work in, or are paid or supervised from Washington, DC;
  • Delaware North Companies Parks and Resorts who work in, or are paid or supervised from Luray, VA;
  • Earth Conservation Corps who are members, employees, and volunteers in Washington, DC;
  • First Responder Network Authority(FirstNet) who work in, or are paid or supervised from Reston, VA;
  • Ford’s Theater Society who work in, or are paid or supervised from Washington, DC;
  • Forum of Regional Associations of Grant Makers who work in Washington, DC;
  • Geological Society of America who are members, and employees, who are paid or supervised from Boulder, CO;
  • Green City Force who work in, or are paid or supervised from Brooklyn, New York;
  • Interior Federal Credit Union
  • International League of Conservation Photographers in Washington, DC.
  • Latin American Youth Center River Corps who are members and employees in Washington, DC;
  • Latin American Youth Center who work in, or are paid or supervised from Langley Park, MD;
  • Latin American Youth Center – Montgomery Conservation Corps who are members, employees who work in, or are paid or supervised in Silver Spring, MD;
  • Latin American Youth Center who are members and employees in Riverdale, MD ;
  • Lighthouse Assembly of God, who are employees, members and volunteers in Manassas, VA;
  • National Environmental Education Foundation who work in, or are paid or supervised from Washington, DC;
  • National Fish and Wildlife Foundation who work in, or are paid or supervised from Washington, DC;
  • National Headquarters of the Selective Service System, who work in the State of Virginia, the State of Maryland, or administered by the regional offices in the State of Virginia, the State of Maryland, Washington, DC, Denver, Colorado, Chicago, Illinois or Atlanta, Georgia; and volunteers at any location.
  • National Park Foundation who work in, or are paid or supervised in Washington, DC;
  • National Wildlife Refuge Association who are employees, members, and volunteers in Washington, DC, qualify for membership in accordance with its charter and bylaws in effect on 06/12/2015;
  • New Mexico Wildlife Federation in Albuquerque, NM.
  • North Oatlands Animal Hospital who work in, or are paid or supervised from Leesburg, VA;
  • Orbcomm Global LP who work in Dulles, VA;
  • Orbimage who work in Dulles, VA;
  • Orbital Sciences Corporation who work in or are paid from Dulles, VA;
  • PowercorpsPHL who work in, or are paid or supervised from Philadelphia, PA;
  • Professional Carpet Services who work in Chevy Chase, MD;
  • Takoma Park – Silver Spring CO-OP
  • Virginia Service Conservation Corps who work in, or are paid or supervised from Richmond, Virginia;
  • Employees of commissions and agencies receiving administrative and support services from the United States Department of the Interior, other than those employees whose appointments are specifically limited to 180 working days or less, whose permanent duty station is in Washington, DC, Maryland or Virginia;
  • Washington Parks & People who are members, employees, and volunteers in Washington, DC;
  • World Resources Institute who work in, or are paid or supervised from Washington, DC;

Persons who are retired as pensioners or annuitants from the above employment are also eligible for membership.

Partner Groups

You are eligible for membership with the credit union if you are already a member of any of the following groups:

  • Takoma Park/Silver Spring CO-OP Grocery Store who are employees, members, and board members;
  • Corps Network in Washington, DC.
  • Green City Force who work in, or are paid or supervised from Brooklyn, New York;
  • International League of Conservation Photographers in Washington, DC.
  • New Mexico Wildlife Federation in Albuquerque, NM.
  • PowercorpsPHL who work in, or are paid or supervised from Philadelphia, PA;
  • Virginia Service Conservation Corps who work in, or are paid or supervised from Richmond, Virginia;
Need Another Way to Join?

I know what you’re thinking… but what if I don’t work for DOI?  That’s okay- you can still join!  If you join our partner association, the New Mexico Wildlife Federation, you are eligible for Credit Union membership.  Just click the Become A Member button above and choose the New Mexico Wildlife Federation as your eligibility option and we’ll take care of the rest.

If you don’t see your organization listed, please contact us about becoming a select group for Interior FCU. Learn more about corporate partnership.

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