We want to ‘CU Be Wise by spending, saving, and sharing responsibly.

Free Events, Prizes, Fun Challenges

 

 

Join us this quarter… Click HERE to see CU Be Wise youth club postcard

Inflatable Fun Day

Join us in supporting the North Iowa Youth Center as we sponsor the Inflatable Fun Day at the National Guard Armory on Saturday, January 20th, 11am – 2pm. We have a limited number of FREE passes available for pick up by Thursday, January 18th at our main office on South Federal.

This even is open to the public but our free passes are exclusively for our youth club members! Click here to learn more!

Rumpelstiltskin

Join us as we sponsor Rumpelstiltskin at the Steben’s Children’s Theater February 21-25. Click HERE to learn more!
The miller brags his daughter can spin straw into gold and the greedy king believes! The miller’s daughter is left alone with the impossible task when suddenly a little man appears. The Brothers Grimm fairy tale is filled with romance, danger, sword-fighting, magic and merry-making.

Scholarships

Click HERE for Scholarship Opportunities.

 

About nicCU Be Wise Youth Club:

No matter the age, we strive to interact with and educate youth on the importance of financial responsibility with an emphasis on spending, saving, community and awareness. Learning about financial responsibility at a young age can set you up for a successful future, not only financially but in all aspects of life, including community involvement and giving back!

MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS FOR ALL AGES:

• Free Activities: Roller City, movies, pool party, etc.

• For each $5 deposited, you will receive a token* to earn prizes out of the tree house *Limit 10 tokens per day

• Opportunities for classroom/group presentations on topics such as checking, saving, credit scores, loans, budgeting, etc.

• CD’s to boost savings –Rates Great to help kids save!

•Debit card/Fresh Start Debit accounts available

Scholarship & Student Loan Opportunities

• And More!

STOP IN TO ONE OF OUR LOCATIONS TO JOIN!

Youth 12 and under need a parent, grandparent or guardian as a joint member on the account. Youth savings accounts require a $5 deposit at the time of opening and it must stay in the account to keep the membership (this membership deposit minimum will increase to $25 when the child turns 16). The child’s social security card (and parent’s identification) is all you need to open the account.