Youth Financial Education
Premier Members CU offers several youth programs and products geared towards our younger members. They were created to both educate and help parents educate their children about how to manage their finances prior to high school graduation.
In order to access specific information for your age group on financial literacy, click on the appropriate link below.
- Elementary to Middle School – Information and Resources
- Elementary to High School – Information and Resources
- All Ages – Pocket Cents
Online Credit Responsibility Class
The Credit Responsibility online course is provided by CollegeInColorado, a not-for-profit division of the Colorado Department of Higher Education. It is a fun and educational way to learn about using credit responsibly. In order to receive credit for completing the online course as part of your parental requirement to receive your Student Credit Card, you must work through the online course material and take the quiz. Follow this link to the instructions and link to CollegeInColorado.
Once you complete the online credit course successfully, please notify the credit union that you have done so by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide your full name as it appears on your student credit union membership application form.
Note: Even if you aren’t applying for the Student Credit Card at this time, this online Credit Responsibility course can still provide the invaluable lessons of using credit wisely.
For additional educational information visit College In Colorado’s website for their 10 Financial Literacy courses as well as many other resources CIC Money 101.