SAFE Credit Union launches next cohort to staff high school branches
FOLSOM, CALIF. (STL.News) – SAFE Credit Union celebrated its next cohort of high school students who will operate their high schools’ SAFE branches in the coming school year. The students successfully completed an immersive, two-week study program in banking principles they will use at SAFE branches at Mesa Verde and Rio Linda high schools.
SAFE Credit Union Community and Advocacy Engagement Manager Amanda Merz hosted the luncheon celebrating the interns’ graduation. The program, conducted at SAFE headquarters in Folsom, exposes students to all facets of the credit union business, including customer service, the basics of account management, and helping peers understand the importance of saving.