Education-Based Membership? Credit Unions Celebrate Teachers Financial Education Event Geared Toward Your Members

Financial trends across the U.S. continue to tell the same story: young adults are worried about their financial future, yet many are not confident in their financial know-how and are unsure about where to seek trusted advice. These are the consequences of lackluster financial education. Credit unions seek to ensure the next generation of consumers more literate, responsible and prepared financially.

CUNA, NCUF, NWCUF & your Association are hosting K-12 educators from Washington schools for an open house, sharing best practices in financial education. The “Credit Unions Give Back to Seattle” event is on June 26, during America’s Credit Union Conference (ACUC) in Seattle from June 26-29. Credit unions with education-focused membership are encouraged to share the event with their members.

Educators will gain practical strategies and revealing insights, along with a free Biz Kid$ Starter Kit—including a suggested curriculum, training tips, a DVD and more—tailored to Washington state financial education standards.

“Credit Unions are passionate about financial education, and it is our goal to enhance students financial well-being, one precept at a time.” said Jamie Dedmon, Managing Director for the Northwest Credit Union Foundation.

What you need to know

  • What: Credit Unions Celebrate Teachers Financial Education Event
  • Cost: Free
  • When: Sunday, June 26th, 9:00 – 11:00 am
  • Where: Seattle Sheraton Hotel (1400 6th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101)
  • Who: Educators relevant to your credit union. Stay tuned for more information to share with your education-focused SEGs.

This flyer is helpful information for your teacher SEGs. If they wish to register, they can do so at acuc.cuna.org/teachers.

Questions on the event can be directed to Jamie Dedmon, Northwest Credit Union Foundation Managing Director, at 206.340.4814 or jdedmon@nwcua.org.

Questions about this story? Contact Eric Horvath: 503.350.2222, ehorvath@nwcua.org.

Posted in Events, NWCUA.