On this podcast, we’re talking about Biz Kid$, one of our favorite financial education programs. This comes right in time for April, which is National Credit Union Youth Month. Biz Kid$ is a financial literacy initiative launched nationally in 2008 that teaches kids about money and business. The initiative includes an award-winning TV series, […]



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  On this podcast, we’re talking about strengthening financial well-being via non-prime auto lending. Non-prime refers to the practice of making loans to borrowers with weak or no credit histories or limited payment capacity. Since the Foundation has been involved with non-prime auto lending for almost ten years,  you’ll hear from our Senior Program Manager, […]



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  On this podcast, we’re talking about getting youth more money savvy with Adam Carroll, Chief Education Officer at National Financial Educators. Adam has been speaking and writing on the topic of financial education for more than a decade. We talk about a lot of exciting things Adam is working on such as his new documentary on […]



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  On this episode of “Murmurings”, we’re talking about financially empowering young adults. You’ll hear from Margaret Libby, Founding Executive Director of MyPath. MyPath is a national nonprofit focused on paving economic pathways for low-income youth. To this end, they engineer effective models, share what works, and advance policy change. We talk about all this, […]



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  On today’s podcast, we’re going to be talking about a lot of things, but mostly financial education. You’ll hear from Shannon Cahoon from Fibre Credit Union in Washington about financial literacy, her experiences at Crash the GAC last year and becoming 2016’s CUES Next Top Credit Union Exec. As part of the Next Top […]



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