Financial Education

CU In School (K-8th grade)

CU In School (K-8th grade)

CU In School is our student-run credit union branch program, for K-8th grades. Where we not only expose students to important money management skills, but also give them the opportunity to practice making their own financial transactions as well as be a part of working at a credit union.

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MHS Student-Run Branch

MHS Student-Run Branch

Our MHS Student-Run Branch (SRB) is located inside Marshall High School and open on Fridays during lunch, throughout the school year. Any MCCU member is able to utilize the MHS SRB during operating hours.

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High School Students & Parents

High School Students & Parents

High school is an exciting time for students. It's also a time to broaden your knowledge and experience with financial products and services, before you enter the 'real-world.' But don't fret, we've got the tools and resources to help you along the way!

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Scholarships & Grants

Scholarships & Grants

Learn more about our available scholarships for graduating high school seniors. As well as mini-grants available to partner school teachers and administrators.

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Teacher Incentives

Teacher Incentives

We've got lots of resources available for area teachers, to help teach financial literacy at all levels.

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Zogo Finance

Zogo Finance

Zogo is our free app that pays you to learn financial literacy!

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It's a Money Thing

It's a Money Thing

Check out our awesome video series designed to teach teens about money!

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National Credit Union Youth Month

National Credit Union Youth Month

MCCU celebrates youth in April! See what we've got planned for members age 0-17.

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GreenPath Financial Wellness

GreenPath Financial Wellness

A benefit to your MCCU membership is access to GreenPath Financial Wellness, a non-profit organization that provides one-on-one financial counseling, debt management services and financial education tools.

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