Financial Literacy

Financial Literacy helps develop knowledge, skills, and habits that are an important stepping stone on the path of financial well-being as an adult.


Students Need To Watch For Possible Scholarship, Job Scams

It seems like nobody is safe from scammers – and that includes high school and college students who become targets of schemes that involve scholarships and jobs. Click here to read more.


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Preparing for College


College is Expensive

College Is Expensive. Start Thinking About Money For School Now

If you’re a high school student just starting to research college costs, you’ll find they range from “Yikes!” to “OMG!” Click here to read more.

529 College Savings Plans

If you are looking for a wise investment for your family’s future, saving for college is a smart place to start. Click here to read more.

529  Plans

Staying on Track for Teens



Teen Accounts


Teen Checking Account

It’s never too early to learn about ways to protect and keep track of your money. Click here to read more.

Click here to view our Student e-Banking account.

Help Teens Keep Track Of Money

As a teenager, it’s probably time to open a checking account once you have more than a few dollars to keep track of. Click here to read more.


Checking Accounts for Teens

Saving for the Future



Teaching Kids      

Take Some Time To Teach Young Kids The Basics Of Money

 You talk to them in simple terms and work with examples that can make sense to them. Click here to read more.

Keep Your Child’s Money Safe – And Growing – With A Savings Account

 Once your child’s savings outgrow a piggy bank, the next thing you’ll want to do is find a way to keep that money safe, accessible – and growing. Click here to read more.

Click here to view our My First Account.


Safe Saving

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Teach Your Kids The Importance Of Saving Money

It’s never too early to start teaching your kids the importance of saving money. Click here to read more.

Identity Theft Protection



Help Protect Your Kids Against Identity Theft

It seems like no one is safe from identity theft, and that includes kids. Click here to read more.

Kids Vs ID Theft

For more information about the Jr. Banking Ambassador Program, contact Denise Bryant at


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