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Mid Missouri Presents Mad City Money to High Schoolers


The Waynesville High School (Waynesville, MO)  class of 2016 had a chance to visit Mad City Money during their Life Skills class. For the third year in a row, representatives from Mid Missouri Credit Union (Fort Leonard Wood) presented a simulation of what the real world would be like after high school and college. Each student received an occupation and salary.

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NYIB Reporting of Financial Education Due July 6


Every year the National Youth Involvement Board (NYIB) gathers data on how many financial literacy presentations credit unions make in-classrooms around the country. This data is used by credit unions around the country when they talk with legislators about the credit union difference.

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West Community Supports JA's "Economics for Success"


As part of its community outreach efforts, West Community Credit Union (O’Fallon) recently partnered with Junior Achievement (JA) for its “Economics For Success” prog

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Biz Kid$ DVD Box Sets Now Available


Box sets of the first four seasons of Biz Kid$ are now available from the National Credit Union Foundation (NCUF).  Biz Kid$ is the Emmy Award winning and credit union funded public television series that teaches kids about money management and entrepreneurship.

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ABECU Partners with Junior Achievement


Anheuser-Busch Employees’ Credit Union partnered with Junior Achievement to teach money lessons to students at Adams Elementary School, in south St. Louis city.

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New Biz Kid$ Season Launches on Public Television


Season 5 of the award-winning financial literacy initiative, Biz Kid$, teaches children how to make and manage money.  Biz Kid$ returns for a new season – taking a close look at the economy, businesses that give back, and how to make good financial choices.

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