It's no secret that much of what we know as adults, we learn as children. That's why, it is so important to start teaching good money habits at a young age. For that reason, we are re-committing ourselves to giving members (specifically parents!) tools to help teach responsible spending, saving and general money skills to your kids.
M3 Money Club Coloring Contest 2018
April is National Credit Union Youth Month! We love celebrating our youth members and this April your M3 Money Club kids can participate in our Coloring Contest!
- Coloring page submissions are due by Thursday, April 26th - view how or where to submit them in the contest rules below.
- Coloring pages will be uploaded in an album on our CSE Facebook Page for voting.
- Voting begins Monday, April 30th and ends Monday, May 7th.
- The top 3 entries with the most likes on our Facebook Page will be our winners.
You can read the complete contest rules here.
You can print out a new coloring sheet and submission form here.
M3 Money Club Kids' Account
M3 Money Club is a fun & interactive program of superheroes that teaches your child positive money skills! It also helps parents bring fun, adventure and financial education into the home.
M3 Money Club is designed for kids ages 7 to 12. Through our interactive M3 website, along with credit union materials, your child will meet superheroes like Cash & Violet while learning smart money skills and how money can be cool!
Operation M3 Money Club Website
Elements of Money Teen Account
Elements of Money is a modern and lively teen account that helps young members become savvy with their money. With an interactive website, social media contests and plenty of financial education tools, this account can begin to show how valuable good financial skills are for life's journey ahead.
Elements of Money is designed for teenagers from age 13 to 16. It provides exciting content that teaches real-world money skills to make, save, spend, borrow and invest money the smart way.
The Elements of Money Website
Open Your Youth Accounts
To open your child or teen an account, stop by any CSE office with their social security card. If you already have a regular account setup for your child, just tell us that you want to opt them in to a youth account!