Just for Teens

How to Build Your Resume

Posted by on Sep 22, 2016 in Just for Teens | Comments Off on How to Build Your Resume

Filling out a simple application may have been enough to snag that part-time summer job at the ice cream store during high school. But now that you’re in college, it’s time to graduate to a more advanced job-finding tool: the professional resume. Creating your first resume can seem daunting, especially since your professional experience may be limited. But the sooner you master this skill, the sooner you’ll have a document you can easily send out whenever you happen upon an internship or employment opportunity. When starting out, don’t be intimidated. No one expects a student resume to contain long lists of accomplishments. Instead it should convey your...

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Is A Credit Card Right For You?

Posted by on Aug 9, 2016 in Just for Teens, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Is A Credit Card Right For You?

Is A Credit Card Right For You? Are you looking for a way to begin building a solid credit history? Do you have the funds to support sensible purchases with timely payments? Then you may be ready for your very first credit card. If you’re under 18, you’ll need a reliable co-signer to apply for your first card. If you’re 18 or older, you might have the opportunity to apply for a suitable, youth-oriented credit card on your own usually featuring a lower credit limit and possibly requiring proof of a means to repay. Keep in mind, credit cards can function as helpful tools. When used wisely, they help establish and maintain good credit and finance major...

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Your Credit Union Is Here For You!

Posted by on Jul 18, 2016 in Just for Teens | Comments Off on Your Credit Union Is Here For You!

Your CU Is Here For You: Services For Teens In good times and bad, through ups and downs, it’s nice to have a loyal friend you can count on. This goes for everyday life, but also for the often challenging world of financial management. Well, you’ll be happy to know that as a teenage Schneider Community Credit Union member, you already have that trusted, knowledgeable, and reliable friend by your side, in your CU. Up until now, you may have just used Schneider Community Credit Union as a safe place to save money and maybe cash in your coins, but it is so much more. Your CU values your needs and opinions, has your best interests in mind, and has the tools and...

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10 Summer Jobs for Teens

Posted by on Jun 13, 2016 in Just for Teens | Comments Off on 10 Summer Jobs for Teens

Top 10 Summer Jobs For Teens If you’re free this summer and looking for a productive way to spend those lazy days, why not consider a summer job? In addition to earning money, it’s a great way to gain experience and learn real-life skills. To boot, it will help you build your resume and references, explore career paths, and meet new people.   There are tons of summer job opportunities out there for someone your age. The one you choose should depend on your personality, skills, expectations and future goals, and schedule.   Forbes.com has compiled a list of the Top 10 Greatest Summer Jobs for Teens, including: * Lifeguard – Great choice for a...

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Schneider Community Credit Union Checking Account: Smart And Easy Money Management

Posted by on May 13, 2016 in Just for Teens | Comments Off on Schneider Community Credit Union Checking Account: Smart And Easy Money Management

Do you have a job earning your very own money now? Are you starting to save some of those funds in your Share Savings Account? Are you looking for a safe, convenient way to access your money without carrying lots of cash? Then a Credit Union Checking Account may be the answer. This free, easy-to-open account will give you the ability to deposit cash in a secure place and access it using either paper in the form of an actual check or plastic in the form of a debit card. You’ll be able to learn how to easily and conveniently manage your money with these great benefits, including: * No monthly fees. Your credit union will not charge you anything for opening and using...

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Be “Smart” With Your Smart Phone

Posted by on Apr 5, 2016 in Just for Teens | Comments Off on Be “Smart” With Your Smart Phone

It pretty much goes without saying that most teens and tweens these days are carrying some sort of mobile device, most likely a “smart” phone. And, you can do just about everything with that phone including manage your money. Your credit union wants to help you do this safely and easily. With our free downloadable app for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, and Android devices, young CU members can access their accounts almost anywhere. And, you can rest assured that you’re using a mobile banking service protected by security measures including advanced encryption, firewalls, and secure logins. Remember, with this kind of mobile convenience and control, and even with the...

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