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Youth Savings and Checking Accounts

Open a new Super Saver Savings Account or Student Checking Account and we will deposit the first $10 into your child’s new account.

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.
Student Checking
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.
  • No minimum daily balance, no monthly maintenance fee**
  • Instant issue 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
Compare all checking accounts

Financial Youth Literacy
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:
Age 3-8
What Is Money?
Author: Claire Llewellyn, Mike Gordon
Age 9-12
Let's Explore Saving Money
Author: Laura Hamilton Waxman
Age 13-18
The Money Challenge for Teens
Author: Art Rainer
For Guardians
You, Your Kids and Money
Author: Iris Efthymiou - Egleton

Online games and interactive learning tools:

Super Saver Coloring Page

Personal Finance Arcade

Hit the Road (Grades 5-9)


To open a youth account, please call our Member Contact Center at 1-888-786-2791 or visit one of our branch locations.

*$10 will be deposited directly into new Super Saver Savings or Student Checking Account only. Offer ends December 31, 2023, and subject to change without notice. Offer cannot be combined with other promotions.

**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.