During Credit Union Youth Month, credit unions can help parents prepare their children for a bright financial future.
Category: Financial Education
The credit unions joined three other organizations on the second floor of the Capitol rotunda to promote Idaho financial literacy efforts.
The funds will help support financial literacy programs in Oregon and Southwest Washington schools.
Idaho Central Credit Union partners with Stukent to teach teenagers about financial literacy.
Thousands of Northwest-Area High School Students Gain Real-World Budgeting Skills Thanks to Their Local Credit Unions
During the 2018-2019 school year, more than 3,500 students learned how to smartly save and spend at Financial Reality Fairs.
Rep. Margaret Doherty, Chair of the House Education Committee, was a guest at Pacific NW Federal Credit Union’s Financial Reality Fair at a Portland High school.
The nation’s largest prize-linked savings program inspires members to build their financial security.
Over 500 students learn financial skills in a budgeting exercise that simulates real-life choices.
Northwest credit unions have provided financial education to more than 1,000 students in the past six months.
Credit union professionals needed to teach financial literacy to kids throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington.
Funded with a grant from the Northwest Credit Union Foundation, the branch will provide students with career training and real-world money management experience.
Help increase youth financial literacy in your community through classroom programs. Find out if there’s an opening at a district near you.
Horizon Credit Union welcomes new VP of Information Services, St. Helens Community Credit Union hosts series of Financial Reality Fairs, and Our Community Credit Union wins award for lowest debit fraud rate.
On the states’ upcoming days of giving, support the Northwest Credit Union Foundation’s efforts to help students in the Northwest build financial skills and achieve a college education.
The Chapter’s fourth annual Reality Fairs will benefit 400-500 students on April 5 and April 11.
Credit unions’ effectiveness teaching financial education to thousands of students took center stage at a legislative hearing in Salem last week.
Also, NW CUs come together for the latest financial reality fair, reaching more than 80 students.
The event will come to the college’s Lacey campus.