Beginning Financial Independence: Ages 9 - 17
Find Money-Wise tips for ages 9-17, parents, and teachers here!
Visit the "Pocket Cents" page at MyCreditUnion.gov to find information about the value of money and how it's used around the world, as well as tips on how to start saving for your future!
Visit the Federal Trade Commission: a one-stop national resource to learn about the crime of identity theft. Get detailed information to help you deter, detect, and defend against identity theft!
In a few years, you’ll get the opportunity to do all of things you’ve always dreamed about. You could go to college, sail the seas, launch your career, start a business or even start a family. No matter what you decide, you’ll need money smarts to make it happen! Visit The Mint for tips and tools on managing money.
Money Wise activities for kids, teens, parents, and teachers.
The National Credit Union Administration shows you how credit unions can help you get where you want to go!
We are proud to partner with the following schools to offer our "Money Wise" youth savings program. "Money Wise" offers students the opportunity to open an MLCU savings account free of charge. MLCU staff visit schools on a regular basis to promote financial literacy and students can make deposits into their savings account at their convenience!
Ukiah - Oak Manor Elementary School
Fort Bragg - Three Rivers Charter School
Lakeport - Westlake SDA School, Rose Family Preschool
Clearlake - Lower Lake Elementary School
Read the article published in CU Social Good about our Money Wise program here.