Attention to all ICA Families-
Our CPCU @ School Program will look a little different this school year (2020-2021).
We are working on a way to continue our Credit Union at School program, while minimizing risk to students and MAXimizing safety & fun!!
What to expect:
1. For now, watch for our CPCU table OUTSIDE every Wednesday after school
2. We will be COUNTING on you to continue building the Super Saver habit by making deposits with us!
3. We will update families with any further changes to the program.
Attention to all Eaton Rapids High School students & families-
Due to the pandemic, our CPCUniversity Program will look a little different this school year (2020-2021).
We are currently unable to conduct our normal CPCUniversity sessions inside the school. We are working on a way to continue our CPCUniversity program by educating students on financial literacy while minimizing the risk to them.
Island City Academy
CPCU @ School
This in-school branch allows students to make deposits, check balances and attend financial education events.
Open every Wednesday after school OUTSIDE the building
Eaton Rapids High School
The CPCUniversity program offers students to learn Financial Literacy while eating deliciaous pizza!! We provide monthly presentations at the Eaton Rapids High School. All students are welcome to attend. CPCU members earn $10.00 for each session attended! (We are currently not conducting CPCUniversity sessions right now: see above)
We are currently unable to conduct our normal CPCUniversity sessions inside the school (see above). Therefor, no dates will be shown.
Grades 9-12 at Eaton Rapids High School can come earn $10.00 for each CPCUniversity session attended. All sessions will be held in the Eaton Rapids High School Library from 11:22-12:06.
*Must be a CPCU member with an active Savings Account. Student must open a CPCU Savings Account within 7 days of session to receive the $10 deposit.
CPCUniversity Student Quotes:
“The greatest tip I learned is the main information for getting a job,” Morgan S.
“I think the best tip is to just be realistic about your budget. Know your budget and what you can spend,” Gary T.
“DON’T CO-SIGN WITH SOMEONE THAT YOU AREN’T MARRIED TO,” Tori T.
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