Welcome to STCU Kids!

At STCU, Kids ROCK! We believe that financial literacy can start at any age. We offer a number of financial education programs for kids, educational tools, and even free stuff. For more details about STCU financial education for kids, email cbp@stcu.org

Free fun: Things to do that don’t cost a thing

Spending money is easy. Did you want to see a movie? Pay $10. Do you have plans with your friends for lunch? Bring $7. Are you ready to play the latest video game? That’s $50. But there’s good news! Plenty of fun activities don’t cost a dime. Here are a few. Be active...

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Ways to Earn Money: Kid Approved Jobs

As a student, it can be difficult to find ways to buy the things you want. After all, most of the money you receive is from friends and families for big events like holidays and birthdays. But there are some great ways to earn extra money between those big days. By...

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Congratulations Youth Month winners

Photo: Ben and his dad, pictured in front of Liberty Lake Branch. All of April, we encouraged both new and existing youth STCU members to tell us about their savings goals. After the month was complete, eight lucky winners were awarded Silverwood tickets or fun gift...

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Money discussion topic: Interest

STCU employee, Kelli, helps people become STCU members and open savings accounts every day. The concept of interest can be difficult to understand for someone new to saving money in a savings account. Interest can be defined as payment from your financial institution...

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Keep your budget on a tight leash

People love their pets. But just like any other member of the family, they’re expensive! Here are a few highlights from the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals® regarding the yearly costs of owning a cat or dog. Annual cat expenses $115 for food...

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Time + talent + fame = $2 million

Bob Dylan at Massey Hall, Toronto, April 18, 1980. Photo by Jean-Luc Ourlin. By Dan H. Here’s an example of how an insignificant item can become extremely valuable. In many hotel rooms, you’ll find free stationery. If you use it to write letters saying what a great...

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What do you do, STCU?

By: Marya Megan Teller Trainer, STCU What do you do at STCU? All new tellers come through my two week class. They’ll learn about credit union rules and regulations, cash handling skills, transaction processing, and much more. I teach other classes and help with...

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What do you do, STCU?

By: Keith Adam Enterprise Communications Administrator, STCU What do you do at STCU? I help with communication. My responsibilities are in the management and programming of STCU’s phone system. I also help with the planning and implementation of phone system upgrades....

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Principal on Parade

STCU and the Friendly Sons of St. Patrickare holding a Principal on Parade contest to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Tell us why your elementary school principal deserves to win. If your entry is selected, you and your elementary school principal will ride in the annual...

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Silverwood bound

Last month, STCU celebrated Youth Week by offering fun incentives such as free membership, cash prizes, and Silverwood ticket giveaways. Vanessa of Athol, and Tyler of Spokane, are the two lucky Silverwood ticket winners, each awarded four tickets to the theme park....

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Join the Kids Club

Kids Club is for kids who want to be smart about their money. It’s easy to become a Kids Club member and comes with great benefits.

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Kids Club VIP for Members

VIPs each earn $10 to save in their STCU First5 or savings account, and eligibility for special drawings and events.

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Caught in the Act

Caught in the Act is a program created by STCU and co-sponsored by Avista that recognizes area students who demonstrate outstanding character and behavior.

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Kids' Deals

Enjoy discounts when you use your Kids Club card at Spokane-area kids’ favorites.

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