Celebrate National Credit Union Youth Month with us!
Financial Youth Literacy
Youth Savings and Checking Accounts
Financial literacy through reading is a great way to assist youth in making money fun and interesting. Here are some great resources that can be found at your local library:
What Is Money?
Author: Claire Llewellyn, Mike Gordon
Let's Explore Saving Money
Author: Laura Hamilton Waxman
The Money Challenge for Teens
Author: Art Rainer
Online games and interactive learning tools:
Super Saver Coloring Page
Personal Finance Arcade
Hit the Road
You, Your Kids and Money
Author: Iris Efthymiou - Egleton
Super Saver Savings Account
For young savers age 12 and under
Learning to be a sensible saver helps kids develop good money management skills. Start your kids on the path to financial independence and open an account today.
Open a new Super Saver Savings Account and we will deposit the first $5 into your child’s new account.
Plus they can pick a gift
For students age 13–25 looking for financial freedom
With school, sports, and other on-the-go activities, students need a checking account that matches their active lifestyles.
Compare all checking accounts
- No minimum daily balance, no monthly maintenance fee**
- Free Visa® Debit card
- Unlimited free ATM transactions at over 30,000 CO-OP® and SUM® network ATMs
- Free online banking, bill pay, and eStatements
- Access your account anytime, anywhere with free Mobile Banking
*$5 will be deposited directly into new Super Saver Savings Account only. Limit one gift per account-while supplies last. Offers subject to change without notice.
**If paper statement is required, there will be a $2.00 monthly fee. Accounts for minors age 12 and under require adult custodian. Accounts for minors age 13 and older may be opened with an adult as custodian or joint owner.