Cadet Saver Club Page
“For Children Under 12”
Open your account with a $5.00
deposit Receive an official
Get Your own Share Passbook
Monthly rewards for deposits.
(One per child per month while supplies last.)
Coin wrappers available for your deposits
Watch for special promotions
Learn good financial habits
Special web site links
National Credit Union Youth Week Specials
Money and Stuff - "Grab hold of your future"
Have you had the “talk” with your kids yet? Most parents try to talk to their children about making the right choices when it comes to smoking, drinking and dating. But how many parents educate their children about making wise decisions when it comes to money and credit? Not many, it turns out.
Credit Unions are leading the charge in teaching young people how to handle their money. Click here to read more about it.
Lemonade Stand - An educational game geared for kids which teaches business essentials by simulating a small business (A lemonade stand). Some of the issues dealt with are pricing vs. product demand, profitability vs. quality, inventory management, and customer satisfaction.
Links to other great kids' sites
About Checking - Learn how the basics about managing a checking account.
Banking on our Future - A great site for middle school and high school. Banking on our Future covers savings, checking, budgeting, credit and investing.
BizKids - A new show on PBS that teaches kids how to manage and save money.
Dollar Dragon - BankSite presents this animated (Flash-based) dragon who helps elementary-aged children learn about checking, savings, bonds, budgets and ATMs.
Jump Start Coalition - The Jump Start Coalition is an organization dedicated to teaching students money management, saving and investing and proper use of credit. Especially check out the Reality Check activity, where you can discover how much your "dream life" is going to cost you.
Unofficial Student Manual - Ideal if you are a high school student getting ready for college, and even for college freshmen. Here's a site that covers everything from studying and social skills to living essentials and budgeting.
Thrive by Five - Learn to teach your preschooler about spending and saving.