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A hands-on experience is irreplaceable.
That's why Texas Trust offers student internships at our in-school branches.
Youth Advisory Council
Don't sit on the sidelines. Take part in running your credit union with the Youth Advisory Council.
The application for the Spring session will be available here on December 1, 2014.
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Promote these workshops to help facilitate Parent/Student dialog on financial topics. Texas Trust wants to help build your family's tradition of financial fitness.Read more
NEFE Materials and Presenters
State-approved materials on financial education for any age range, free to you. Plus Texas Trust has several NEFE certified trainers who can help co-facilitate in the classroom.
With Spirit Debit Rewards, sharing your support is as simple as swiping your debit card.
When you choose a Texas Trust Spirit Debit Card, you are automatically enrolled in our rewards program. From then on, every swipe is worth 10 cents to the high school or district featured on your card. Just another way that you can DO MORE with Texas Trust without having to DO anything.
The Youth Advisory Council was launched in 2011 as a leadership development program focusing on personal finance. The program is designed to teach and equip high school students with basic financial skills to prepare them for college and beyond.
Council members meet twice a month to learn about personal financial issues, service leadership, marketing and career opportunities in the financial field. The Council will also participate in a community service project benefiting the Children's Medical Center. Members will also participate at several Texas Trust community events throughout the session.
"The Council is an interactive educational program that teaches and equips students with skills they will use throughout their lifetime," said Amber Danford, senior vice president of marketing. "The students also get to see how a financial institution operates, so they have a better understanding of how our financial system works."
Educate and empower your teen while seeing their commitment to their own future with myFuture workshops.
Designed for a teen to attend with their parents, myFuture teaches the basics of the financial skills they don’t teach in high school.
More importantly, it fosters conversation around financial topics that are hard to maintain a teen’s attention at home. Find out when the next myFuture course will be and sign up to attend online.
1Offer available to Public Servants. A Public Servant is any full time employee of any school (public ISD, Private/Charter School, college or university) or municipality including city, county, state, or federal. Must present a recent check stub to qualify or an offer letter or letter of intent for new employees. 2First 90 days after loan origination payment free. Interest begins to accrue at origination. Upon credit approval. 3Minimum auto loan of $8,000. Must have an active checking account and must have one of; combined total loans of $20,000 or more OR combined total deposits of $40,000 or more OR combined total loans and deposits of $50,000 or more to receive a .75% discount. Alternatively, member can receive a .50% discount with an active checking and one of; combined total loans of $15,000 or more OR combined total deposits of $25,000 OR combined total loans and deposits of $30,000. To qualify as an active checking account, is having (a) an active debit card (10 non ATM Point of Sale transactions per month totaling at least $100), OR (b) a direct deposit (at least $500 per month) within the first 30 days of account opening. 4Upon credit approval. Member must have a Texas Trust Mortgage of at least $80,000 and an active checking account. Refer to active checking requirement in footnote 3. Member must mention benefit at time of application. To qualify for active checking the member must have (a) an active debit card (10 non ATM Point of Sale transactions per month totaling at least $100), OR (b) a direct deposit (at least $500 per month) within the first 30 days of account opening. 5Up to $1,400 savings in first year calculation based upon Public Servant Benefits combined with average savings assumptions. Assumptions made for products opened including a Checking Account, 2 Auto Loans and a Credit Card with balance transfer. Checking Account savings assumptions include a $10 monthly fee at previous insitution. Auto Loan savings assumptions include a $30,000 vehicle refinanced from 5%APR to 3%APR for each auto loan. Credit Card savings assumptions include a $3,000 balance transfer reducing the APR from 17% to 8.9%. Total calculated savings in initial 12 month period is $1,439.28. Membership required. Account disclosure information containing terms, fees and dividend rate/APY information is available at all Texas Trust offices. Member will receive a 1099-INT for any bonuses received in this offer. Please consult a tax professional with any additional questions. Federally insured by NCUA.
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