Changing lives is the focus of Boulder Dam Credit Union’s high school money management program. BDCU has over 80% penetration of the age group 18-29 in their field of membership due to their ten year investment in educating the youth on what it takes to become fiscally responsible. Community recognition and member response has been amazing. Brandi Stankovic has taught the class to hundreds of youth over this period averaging a class size of more than 40. Great program, great results.
Another Boulder Dam Credit Union You and Your Money session went off without a hitch. The students are engaged... and leave the session feeling more prepared for their financial futures.
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The California and Nevada Credit Union League recognized Boulder Dam CU’s Jaron Singleton and Mitchell Stankovic’s Brandi Stankovic for their outstanding eff orts in teaching hundreds of Boulder City, NV teens the importance of money management.
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The 2011 Richard Myles Johnson (RMJ) Foundation Beacon Awards winners were announced Tuesday evening during the RMJ Beacon Awards Gala at the California and Nevada Credit Union League Annual Meeting.
Jaron Singleton of Boulder Dam Credit Union and Brandi Stankovic of MSA were named finalists for their financial literacy contributions with the You and Your Money program.
The Beacon Award, the Foundation’s highest honor, recognizes promising or exemplary financial education programs or projects that provide information to the broader credit union community and the general public.
The Nevada Credit Union League was proud to recognize, Jaron Singleton of Boulder Dam Credit Union and Brandi Stankovic of Mitchell Stankovic and Associates for their outstanding efforts in teaching hundreds of Boulder City, Nevada teens the importance of money management. In a program sponsored by Boulder Dam Credit Union, juniors and seniors participate in an after school educational session that teaches them how to balance their accounts, use credit wisely and save for the future.