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7 blogs categorized as Youth Financial Literacy

August 26, 2009

Our three student branches are getting back into the school groove and with that comes Friday Night High School Football!!  Financial Center will be supporting our schools we will be passing out goodies to the fans and answering any questions the parents and community may have about the student...

June 30, 2009

For young people it may be difficult to get approved for your first loan or credit card.  When you finally decide that you are ready to take on the responsibility of using a credit card or a loan the lender is going to pull your credit report.  Your credit report tracks all of your late or...

June 25, 2009

Congratulations to Aaron Margolis-Greenbaum!  Aaron was a 2009 graduate of North Central High School.  He was also a student in the radio TV class at J. Everett Light Career Center and the recipient of the 2009 Financial Center Federal Credit Union Scholarship.  Aaron will be attendin...

June 25, 2009

Young people don't like asking for cash and honestly who likes using it?  We want our teens to have access to funds but are they ready for the responsibility of a credit card?  A Financial Center Debit Card could be the solution.A Visa debit card works the same as using cash or writing a c...

May 14, 2009

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May 14, 2009

As the end of the school year is quickly approaching I am sure most of us have nailed down some summer plans that will surely keep us busy until the beginning of the next school year.  Your summer plans may include family vacations, preparing for college, summer school, or sport camps.&nbs...

April 20, 2009

Haylee Teeple is the Financial Literacy Manager for the J. Everett Light Career Center location.  Haylee manages a full service student branch inside the career center.  Haylee is also responsible for teaching financial education classes and seminars, working with students to hel...

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