Marshall Community Credit Union is proud to partner with local school districts to operate CU in School, a student-run branch program that exposes students to the credit union difference while helping them foster a positive relationship with personal finance and gain valuable work skills.
Student Role at CU in School
Each year, students at participating schools may apply for a position with CU in School. Selected students will then help operate the branch as a Student Volunteer. Student Volunteers receive hands-on experience within the financial institution industry and encourage their peers to utilize the branch. Students are encouraged to set savings goals, make weekly deposits, and are awarded age-appropriate incentives. Student Volunteers learn valuable work skills such as customer service, human resources, and marketing while their peers practice positive money habits and gain familiarity with financial products and services.
Apply as a Student Volunteer
Do you have a 3rd - 5th grader who is interested in becoming a Student Volunteer for CU in School?
Ready to open a savings account for a young person in your life?
Participating Schools & Hours
- Gordon Elementary School (grades K-5); Thursdays at 10 AM
- Harper Creek Middle School; Wednesdays during lunch
- Hughes Elementary School (grades K-5); Thursdays at 1 PM
- Mar Lee School (grades K-8); Wednesdays at 1 PM
- Marshall Middle School; Tuesdays during lunch
- Walters Elementary School (grades K-5); Tuesdays at 1 PM
- Wattles Park Elementary School (K-4); Tuesdays at 1 PM
Need more information about the program? Contact us today at [email protected].