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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.

Read about our 2014 scholarship winners below.


National Credit Union Youth Week

Congratulations to the winners of our prize drawings during National Credit Union Youth Week in April! 
  • David C., age 3 — doggie guitar toy
  • Zachary H., age 10 — $25 deposit
  • Joseph L., age 18 — $25 deposit Youth members needed only make a deposit for a chance to win these great prizes.


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.
  • — 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.
  • — 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



Scholarship winners

At our annual meeting on April 24, 2014, we announced the winners of our 18th annual college scholarship competition.

scholarship winners

2014 scholarship winners (l-r) Taylor Paluczak, Brendan Keuss, Peyton Bowe

Brendan Keuss (St. Louis University High School) earned a $1,800 scholarship. He will attend the University of Tulsa, where he plans to major in chemical engineering.

Peyton Bowe (Nerinx Hall High School) received a $1,200 scholarship. She is headed to William Jewell College to study biology in the hopes of becoming a doctor.

Taylor Paluczak (Oakville Senior High School) was given a $1,200 scholarship. She will attend the University of Missouri-Columbia to pursue a bachelor's degree and eventually a master's degree in elementary education.


To date, Arsenal Credit Union has awarded $54,150 to 62 students.





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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