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Financial Education

Whether you are a novice or an expert in Financial Literacy, we have many ways we can assist you. At UECU, we hope to educate members and students alike so that anyone can become more financial literate. From educational workshops, to resources and education in the classroom, we are here for you!

Financial literacy resources

Senior Fraud Seminar


Mad City Money

Mad City Money is a simulation for high school students that teaches basic money management in a safe, fun setting.


The hands-on simulation appeals to teens and gives them a taste of the real world—complete with occupation, salary, spouse, student loan debt, credit card debt, and medical insurance payments. Teens get an instant family and then move about the stations to purchase housing, transportation, food, clothing, household necessities, day care, and other needs.


Are you interested in hosting a Mad City Money reality fair? There is no cost to you or the school. Use our website contact form to ask for more information.



MnCU Jr App

MnCu Jr. from Minnesota Credit Union Foundation teaches children good saving and spending habits, encourages giving to others, and provides math skills practice.


Smart financial skills are vital for kids to learn as they grow up. This free app teaches simple money concepts through tools for kids to manage their money and financial games for ages 2 to 12.


Sections in the app:

  • My Accounts
  • Games
  • Chores
  • Goals
  • Lessons
  • Achievements
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Workshops & Seminars

From time to time we offer learning sessions for our members ranging in topics from Senior Fraud to College planning. We are always adding to our calendar so check our website often for updates.


If you would like a more personal one on one session, we have partnered with LSS Financial Counseling to assist our members.

Looking for something else? Contact us and ask! We have many ways we can assist you personally or in a classroom setting.