CU Youth Connection

Young Adult Advisory Panel

Each year, young adults like yourself volunteer on our Young Adult Advisory Panel (YAAP). These young credit union ambassadors engage in monthly meetings where they meet with department managers to learn about our products, services and community commitment. They also collaborate on ideas for innovative products and services that appeal to your generation. ​Check out their YouTube video below!

Just a few of the great opportunities for our youth volunteers:

  • Get the knowledge and experience to make smart money choices now and in the future
  • Gain unique professional experience valued by future employers
  • Learn about the philosophies guiding credit unions
  • Develop ideas/program to inspire your peers to make smarter financial decisions


You may be thinking about your first job, first checking account or even buying your first car. And before you know it, you'll head off to college or launch your career as an adult. For all your future plans, you will need good money management skills that will last a lifetime. Click here to learn about the It's My Money savings and checking accounts.

Educational Resources

Check out these websites and start on the path to a great financial future!

We have the tools and resources to help you make smart financial decisions.

Young Savers

Learning about finances can be fun while your young! Check out MoneyIsland for fun games, videos and more while you learn about money management. 

Youth Educational Resources

Check out the websites below with your parents and start on the path to a great financial future!

  • Thrive by Five - Find free tips and fun activities (in English and Spanish) to teach your kids about money. Appropriate for kids from preschool to 5 years old (site provided by CUNA)
  • H.I.P. Pocket - This site provides a wide variety of fun games, activities and financial facts (site provided by U.S. Mint)
  • - The official kids' portal for the U.S. Government. Find activities for kids from kindergarten to 8th grade. The perfect place for kids to create, share and learn (site provided by the U.S. Government)