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We’re devoted to our youth members. They represent the future of our credit union! That’s why we have a number of programs in place to serve and educate our youth. Check out our Youth Savings account for kids age 12 and under, or our teen checking program for teens age 15-18.

As parents, we’re here as a resource for you. Check this site often for new tips and tools to encourage sound savings habits. Together, we can help teach kids the value of saving and give them a head start in life.

Fayetteville Elementary Grocery Store Workshop 2019

Second-grade students at Fayetteville Elementary School participated in 1st Ed Credit Union’s Grocery Store Workshop on April 10. Two groups of 40 students learned about credit unions, money identification, and budgeting before they were given $10 to shop for breakfast items from our “grocery store”. Once the students chose their items, they had to figure...

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Financial Education at the Boys & Girls Club of Chambersburg & Shippensburg

Students at the Boys & Girls Club of Chambersburg & Shippensburg learned about important financial topics on Thursday, February 21 from representatives from 1st Ed Credit Union and uFinancial Group. The elementary age students talked about what they were saving for which was anything from college to a PS4, learned about spending and saving through...

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BOPiC Youth Leadership Reality Fair 2017

18 students (ages 14 – 18) who spent the last 6 weeks in BOPiC Inc.‘s Youth Leadership Training Program participated in a Financial Reality Fair on July 18, 2017. Each student chose the career they plan to pursue after graduation and received a budgeting worksheet with their monthly salary at the entry level position in their chosen...

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Avoid ID Theft at College

When a FREE T-Shirt Isn’t Really FREE You’ve seen them – the tents, tables, balloons, and freebies like pens and t-shirts lining the sidewalks of your busy college town. Most days you walk on by, but today they’ve caught your attention. And why not, the t-shirt is pretty cool, and who doesn’t like a free...

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What Kind of Saver Are You?

National Credit Union Youth Month 2017 from CUNA on Vimeo. Choose which kind of saver you are from the images below:  

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