More Than 4,000 Students Take a Bite of Reality for #CUYouthMonth

As we celebrate #CUYouthMonth and Financial Literacy Month this April, credit unions are stepping up to showcase their commitment to financial education by hosting 36 (and counting!) Bite of Reality Fairs that will impact more than 4,000 high school students.

Credit Union Celebrations Planned for April’s #CUYouthMonth

April is more than just a transition into spring; it’s also Youth Savings Month, a time to celebrate and encourage financial literacy and responsibility among young people.

“Save Away for a Rainy Day” this April for #CUYouthMonth

Celebrate and educate future generations about the Credit Union Difference! GoWest has messaging and graphics ready to help your credit union connect with younger members to promote financial wellness and lay the foundation for savings success.


Gesa Credit Union Announces Grand Opening of Renton High School Branch

The credit union’s history-making High School Credit Union Program now operates student-run branches at 13 schools across the state.

GoWest Foundation Program Introduces Financial ‘Reality’ to Students

“It’s a great opportunity both for students who have never thought about budgeting to give it a shot, as well as for students who are budget-savvy to put their skills to the test.”

Gesa Gives Students Meaningful Work Opportunities. Other Credit Unions Can, Too.

An internship program launched more than 20 years ago provides financial education and career enhancement for Washington state high school students.

Spokane Students Get a Bite of Reality

Eight credit unions across Spokane joined together to provide a hands-on learning opportunity at a local high school.

Arizona’s Credit Union West Highlights Student Entrepreneurship in Financial Challenge 

Financial education leads college students to succeed in their small business ideas.  

Forrit Credit Union Hosts Bite of Reality for Graduating Students

The credit union held a 4-week workshop on financial education for students before they head to college.

Idaho Credit Unions See Progress in New Financial Literacy Law

House Bill 92 requires all high schools in Idaho to provide a finance class.  

Numerica Offering $10,000 in Student Scholarships

The “$tarting Off Right Scholarship” aims to support high school students who are pursuing higher education.

OnPoint Invests $200,000 Commitment to Junior Achievement of Oregon and SW Washington

The credit union’s investment in the youth financial literacy organization paves way for a new facility.


Sound Credit Union and UW Tacoma’s Milgard School Launch Third Annual Competition to Discover the Next FinTech Product

UW Students encouraged to share their FinTech ideas in Competition for $1000-dollar prize

Western CUNA Management School is Open for Registration

Get an MBA-level education in the business of credit unions.

Making Financial Literacy Fun and Engaging from Kindergarten through High School

PNWFCU’s decision to hire a highly experienced classroom teacher, to design the credit union’s K-12 financial literacy programs, has brought the credit union accolades from teachers, parents, and students.

CU Opportunity: Learn About an Underutilized Homebuyer Program in “Ginnie Mae 101” on Feb. 22

Navy and Kinecta federal credit unions will discuss the benefits of working with Ginnie Mae such as mortgage-backed securities programs and partnership opportunities.

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Take Advantage of these Convenient, On-Demand, and Online DEI Trainings

GoWest makes it easier than ever to fulfill your credit union’s resolve to expand DEI programs and deliver on DEI promises through on-demand online training.