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The 2023 Annual Membership Meeting notice is now available. Click here to learn more.

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April is National Credit Union Youth Month3/25/2022

SAVINGS LABORATORY® FOR 3- TO 12-YEAR-OLDS

If you’re looking for a fun way to teach your child about developing healthy, lifelong saving habits, consider enrolling your child in SLFCU's Savings Laboratory! This program is a great way to teach kids about the benefits of credit union membership while helping them reach their savings goals. Plus, they can earn great prizes along the way! Learn more at slfcu.org/SavingsLaboratory.

TEEN ARTICLES FOR 13- TO 17-YEAR-OLDS

SLFCU teens can submit articles for our monthly Dollars & Sense newsletter about their experiences with money. This is a great opportunity for teen members to not only earn $100 but also for them to improve their writing skills and add “published author” to their résumés!

Here are some topic ideas for your teen to consider:

  • Teen business and money-making ideas
  • Lessons learned from a first job
  • Navigating the world of digital finance
  • How to financially prepare for college
  • Protecting your money and your identity 

To learn more and submit an article, visit slfcu.org/TeenArticles.

For these and other resources about kids, teens, and money, visit slfcu.org/KidsTeensMoneyArticles.



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