The credit union also awarded five educational scholarships worth $2,000 each to graduating high school seniors and current college students.
3. Credit unions provide free financial literacy education.
You're unlikely to find a credit union that doesn't prioritize financial education for members and non-members alike. There's no need to enroll in a paid course to learn personal finance basics. Credit unions offer no-cost resources, like Vermont Federal's blog articles and online financial calculators, alongside personalized services, like financial health consultations. Vermont Federal also offers free home buying seminars where Vermonters can meet with local real estate professionals, discuss home buyer assistance programs, and learn more about buying a home in the state.
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