Good money habits don’t form out of thin air—they have to be learned. Like academics, providing strong building blocks at an early age helps ensure success. To start our younger members on the path to financial wellness sooner, BayPort offers an entire suite of youth-focused programs, student resources, and educational tools.
Our Virtual Storytime series is a valuable way to connect with our communities and teach financial literacy in a time of crisis. While we may not be able to meet in-person, learning never stops. Gather your little ones and join us Sunday evenings at 7pm on Facebook.
As part of our commitment to financial education, we’ve introduced Zogo! A fun and engaging way to up your financial literacy. Download the app, play through short modules, and earn gift cards from favorite brands.
For more information on any of our youth programs, contact us at email@example.com.
Using the Bite of Reality® app, this interactive event gives teens a taste of financial realities. They’ll learn how to make good financial decisions and understand the challenges of living on a budget. Teens are given an occupation, credit score, family, and debt, and experience “purchasing” housing, cars, food, and other expenses.
Ever wonder what a day in the life at a credit union is like? Learn about the many ways we help members from opening new accounts and transactions on the teller line to buying their dream home. Open up a new world of professional opportunities to your students and invite BayPort to attend your next career day!
We’ve partnered with over 50 SRCUs to open a fully functioning BayPort branch inside local elementary, middle, and high schools. Students serve as tellers and receive hands-on experience performing all kinds of credit union duties from accepting applications to processing deposits. The branch is a convenient place for students and faculty to bank.
The BayPort Foundation serves as our philanthropic arm and offers $100,000 in college scholarships each year to students.
BayPort also offers Student Choice Loans to help fill in college funding gaps after scholarships. You can even refinance existing student loans into one simple payment.