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Advantage Point Teen Club

Advantage Point Teen Club

Advantage Point Teen Club LogoIf you're a member between the ages of 13 and 18, you're automatically a member of our Advantage Point Club. Once you become a club member, you can:

* with a parent or guardian as co-signer

Win scholarship money!

If you're an Advantage Point member and a senior in high school planning to continue your education, you can enter our scholarship contest to help pay for your college expenses. We're giving away a total of $5,400 in scholarship money, with the top finisher(s) receiving $1,500.

The application for the spring 2015 competition is currently available. Click here for more information. 

Helpful Resources

  • Accredited Schools Online — Search accredited colleges, universities and online programs to find your best fit. Compare schools by location, cost, acceptance rate, safety and more.
  • Directory of U.S. Colleges — Search by state, city, tuition, enrollment size, type (2 or 4 years), private/public, campus/online learning and setting (rural, suburban, town, urban) with this easy-to-use tool. Topical guidebooks that aid specific demographics such as minorities, students and families with disabilities, and veterans — who may need a different set of resources, advice and information — are also provided.
  • NerdScholar — Compare schools, find scholarships, calculate your student loan payments and more.
  • FastWeb matches students of all ages with college scholarship information based on their qualifications.
  • CollegeBoard — Students and parents can find help planning, searching, and paying for college with resources for the ACT and SAT, a college match feature, a scholarship search tool, and more.
  • Reality check — Determine what you'll really have to earn to get your dream car, move out of your parents' house, and other things you just have to have.
  • Credit Unions Rock — Get direction on getting what you want — from a college education to a car to a job — and learn how your credit union can help you get there.
  • Teen Consumer Scrapbook — From tips on choosing a cell phone plan to getting your first apartment, you'll find advice and tips to help you make smart decisions.
  • Pocket Cents — Learn smart financial habits for launching your life and planning your future.
  • Setting out on your own — Practical tips and a practice exercise for creating a basic budget.
  • Know your score — Think your grade point average is your only score that matters?
  • Financial Literacy Orientation — Get a crash course in managing money, choosing financial products and saving for college.
  • 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy — Learn basic money management skills before heading off to college.
  • MyMoney.gov — Prepare for the real world with lessons on saving, taxes, paying for education and more resources for high school students.
  • Money as You Grow — See how you measure up against financial benchmarks for every age, with activities to go with each one.
  • Attend Financial Football Training Camp and tackle some tough financial challenges.
  • Play the game You Are Here to see how a walk through the mall can make you a more informed consumer. Understand advertising and merchandising better so you can buy smart for life.
  • Credit Card Smarts — Get tips on using credit cards well from University of Illinois Extension.
  • CreditCards.com — Learn about statistics on credit and debt and how you can avoid becoming a statistic yourself.
  • Walk through the process of writing a check.
  • Learn the basics of having a checking account.
  • Financial Entertainment — Learn how to manage your personal finances through fun games.
  • Do you have what it takes to be a Biz Kid? This public TV series teaches kids about money and business.
  • Find more useful articles and multimedia on our online financial education hub.
  • For a library full of financial information, visit MEMBERS Financial Network

Your savings are federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) to at least $250,000. Learn how your Arsenal accounts are protected. Have more questions? Call the NCUA Insurance Call Center at 1.800.755.1030, ext. 1, Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.-5:30 p.m. CST, or use the share insurance estimator to calculate your coverage.

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