financial resources

Hit-the-RoadHit the Road – A Financial Adventure (Middle School): Students can enjoy an interactive game where they take a cross country trip to Colorado to go skiing, while stopping at some of the best landmarks in the USA. Along the way, students will need to keep themselves fed, fill their car with gas, and avoid mishaps as best they can.

NEFE Personal Finance Curriculum (High School):
Download lesson plans, student worksheets, and Power Point presentations from this Standard of Learning (SOL) based curriculum. Provides literature on personal finance topics such as budgeting, credit, saving, etc.

The United States Mint H.I.P. Pocket Change (Elementary – Middle School): Explore the History In your Pocket (H.I.P.) with the H.I.P. Pals! Enjoy interactive games, stories and other activities that help students discover the hidden stories behind our coins and learn about the generations of citizens who have carried this change.

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Virginia Educators Credit Union also offers our Free Credit Analysis service which allows you to review a copy of your credit report with one of our Financial Service Representatives to help you spot any signs of identity theft and better understand what makes up your credit report.

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