For Teachers

For more information or to schedule a presentation, please call us at (855) 753-0317
or send us an email at mymoney@stcu.org.

 

Elementary School (K-3)

  • Money Jar presentation in classroom: Save, spend, share – STCU brings Money Jars to the entire class and reads a story and talks about money. A 30- to 45-minute activity.
  • Kids Club: Kids 11 or younger can join, with birthday cards and prizes.

  • Kids Blog: Fun, age-appropriate financial tips and stories at stcukids.org.

  • Branch Tours: Up to 20 students. Branch tours are subject to scheduling constraints.

Middle School

  • Money Camp: Financials 101 – helping kids learn basic money skills. Three-hour activity, offered in an off-site community location for free.
  • Game show: Interactive financial education based game show, with video clips and prizes. 45 to 60 minutes, topics include saving money, student loans, credit cards, and more.
  • Six-unit lesson plan for teachers: Includes a leader guide, worksheets, and quizzes. Topics include decision making, needs vs wants, earning money, goal setting, spending money, investing, and credit. STCU can teach the first lesson.
  • Teens Blog: Fun, age-appropriate financial tips and stories at stcuteens.org.

High School

  • Game show for senior classes: Interactive financial education based game show, with video clips and prizes. 45 to 60 minutes, topics include saving money, student loans, credit cards, and more.
  • My Life, My Money® classroom presentations: 45 to 60 minute presentation that can cover the importance of credit, budgeting and saving, proper spending, loans and credit cards, retirement and interest, or the difference between a credit union and a bank.
  • Money Live: A hands-on simulation designed for high school students that puts teens in the shoes of an adult making choices about housing, food, childcare, insurance, auto buying, and much more. Two-hour activity where teachers, principals, and community involvement are encouraged.
  • Senior class presentation: Sharing real-life money experiences, decisions, and do-overs.