Great financial habits start at the piggybank. From savings to interest to credit, every age is another opportunity to instill financial education that could benefit your children all the way into their retirement.
To open a youth savings account, come talk to us. Bring your child along and make it another lesson in their savings education.
Open a savings account for your child or grandchild with as little as $5. Every little bit counts—even pennies collect interest.
At this age, kids are very inquisitive and they love to learn, so this is a great age to begin teaching them financial skills they can carry with them as they grow.
Now is the time to teach your child about using our mobile app1 or online banking services. It’s a great way to encourage them to deposit money earned or gifted.
Open a joint checking account with your child with an ATM card (savings access only) or debit card (checking account)—the choice is yours.
Our in-school branches are operated by the very students who go there, teaching them the importance of savings and banking from a young age.
We offer free financial education for community youth groups. Contact our Community Involvement Ambassador to find out more.
As a full-service credit union, we’re a cooperative of members like you who know that by coming together, we can all benefit in our financial journey.
We’re here to help our members—and neighbors—meet their financial goals and live their best lives.
We think there’s nothing more rewarding than serving our members—and believe one good turn deserves another.
We not only meet your financial needs, we commit to being a good neighbor and serving with integrity.
1Data carrier rates may apply.
No monthly maintenance fees. No minimum balance required. Dividends paid on all youth savings account balances.
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