Education & Literacy
Advance your understanding
One of the unique differences that make credit unions great, is the effort to help credit union members be more financially fit. If you are more educated financially, you make better decisions. And those good decisions can lead to better peace of mind. As a Chapter, we want to bring value to our fellow credit unions so that they are better equipped to help our members. Knowledge is power and you have the power to make a difference. Financial Literacy is a cornerstone of the credit union philosophy and we partner with like minded groups across the Front Range who believe as we do – well educated people make better decisions! We provide educational workshops for the community of members in Northern Colorado and also for the employees of credit unions that are part of our family.
Money Matters Library Series
We are excited to announce the Money Matters series has been recognized at the national level with the Desjardins Adult Financial Education Award by the Credit Union National Association. This collaborative series is a partnership between nine credit unions, three library districts and two public libraries, the Rocky Mountain Chapter of Credit Unions presents the Money Matters personal financial education series. The monthly seminars, taught by local subject matter experts, are free and open to the public at libraries in Fort Collins, Greeley/Evans, Loveland, Windsor, Firestone, Erie, and Louisville. Our goal is to provide personal financial education across Northern Colorado.
Always FREE and right in your own community – you can find out what effects your personal finances.
Schedule July – Sep 2019
Schedule Sep – Nov 2019
To find the next Money Matters FREE Program near you CLICK HERE
CU staff Education Series
The Education & Literacy Committee quarterly conducts classes for credit union employees to become better at serving our great members! There will be dates for the classes coming soon.
Education Contact Form
Money Matters Series Contact Form
Education Committee Documents
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