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N&R-Kids,Teens & Money-Teen Articles

Teens Could Receive $100 for Published Articles

SLFCU members age 13-17 are invited to submit an article on a financial topic to be considered for publication in our Dollars & Sense newsletter and on our website. SLFCU will award teens $100 for published articles.

  • Applicant must be a member of SLFCU age 13-17. A parent or guardian’s contact information will be required.
  • Submissions should consist of an article of 250-500 words on any financial topic and include a title.
  • Topics may include, but are not limited to: money lessons learned; earning, saving, or managing money; budgeting; or an interview with someone about a financial topic.
  • The article must be the teen’s original work.
  • SLFCU will respond within 30 days. We may request edits or clarification prior to publication if the teen’s article is selected.
  • Payment may be deposited to the teen’s SLFCU account, or a check can be mailed.

DETAILS, TERMS, & INFORMATION

Please read the full details, terms and information carefully prior to submitting an article for consideration.

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ARTICLES BY SLFCU TEENS

Why You Should Save Money

Baking Up Business

Money – It Comes, It Goes

Writing and Submitting a Check

Early Birds and Money Worms

Advice to New Debit Cardholders

A Lesson in Giving

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