Programs for Students and Youth
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Biz Kid$ is a national financial education initiative based on an Emmy Award-winning public television series about kids, money, and business. The series includes 65 episodes and reaches over one million viewers per episode. Using a clever blend of entertainment and education, each Biz Kid$ episode shows kids how to make and manage money by introducing concepts of financial literacy and entrepreneurship.
To keep young viewers engaged, the series includes a fast-paced mix of direct education delivered by young actors, sketch comedies, animation, and stories featuring real-life young entrepreneurs. The show is complemented by a resource-rich website, lesson plans, outreach activities, and a monthly electronic newsletter.
Contact our Marketing Manager to schedule a Mad City Money Simulation or classroom visit.
Marketing Manager, Robert Sutherland 717.818.5625 | firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mad City Money
Mad City Money™ gives youth a taste of the real world – complete with occupation, salary, spouse, student loan debt, credit card debt, and medical insurance payments. This product is offered in two formats: a two hour hands-on simulation or a workshop designed for classroom delivery. Mad City Money is approved as a financial education resource for students by the Jump$tart Coalition Clearinghouse, based on the National Standards in K-12 Personal Finance Education.
High school students take on the role of an adult in futuristic Mad City. They’re given jobs, income, a family, and debt. The challenge? Visit merchants to select housing, transportation, food, household necessities, clothing, daycare, and other wants and needs while building a budget. The credit union has an office in town, too. Mad City Money compels participants to do the math (a proven technique to teaching financial education).
They make mistakes – and suffer the consequences of their decisions – in a realistic, but safe, environment. Most participants are surprised to learn “I can’t have a big house and a new truck on my salary and still pay for daycare and groceries.″ Once the shock wears off, they reevaluate choices and manage their money effectively.
White Rose Credit Union offers an exciting kid’s saving account for youth under 18. With activities, prizes, and rewards, our Sprout Account is the perfect way to start saving young!
Learn more by clicking here.
White Rose Credit Union is proud to offer student loans and resources to our members looking to further their education. Learn more about our Student Choice private student lending solution by clicking here.
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White Rose Credit Union Scholarship
Every year, White Rose Credit Union awards two scholarships of $500 each. To be eligible, students must meet the following requirements.
- Be a senior in high school up to a junior in an institution of higher learning (accredited two or four-year degree program) in the current school year.
- Be a White Rose Credit Union Union by date application.
Scholarship winners are eligible for additional funding the year after upon the proof of passing grades and continuing education.
Every year, White Rose Credit Union celebrates Youth Month in April. The month brings a spotlight to youth financial education and learning.
Sprout Account Members (learn more about our Sprout Accounts by clicking here) are encouraged to save money all month long. At the month’s end, the top savers are awarded prizes!
Stay tuned for more information about Youth Month 2022!