For all of your financial education needs
Teachers Federal Credit Union recognizes the importance of financial education. Our commitment to teaching everyone about handling their money wisely is extended through our Bank-at-School programs, our ongoing financial education efforts in schools, and through informing our members about the importance of money management.
Teachers' goal is to educate students about saving for both short and long-term goals. We're here, not only to help them learn to save money but to help them learn to manage money as a whole. Managing and saving money is a life-long commitment and creating the habit of saving now can help ensure a financially stable life. Here's to improving financial literacy and what it can mean for years to come.
Financial Education Presentations
As part of Teachers' financial awareness program, we offer presentations on a number of finance-related topics. Many Long Island high schools, middle schools and elementary schools, as well as colleges, universities and other organizations have already taken advantage of this FREE offer and partnered with Teachers to put their students and employees on the path to financial independence.
If you are interested in having a Teachers representative speak to your students or employees on financial literacy, please contact Community Affairs at 631-698-7000, ext 3322 or email Community Affairs at email@example.com.
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