This page uses JavaScript. Your browser either does not support JavaScript or you have it turned off. To see this page properly please use a JavaScript enabled browser.

See All | Contract

Online Banking

CU in the community

SCCU Stuffs the Bus on 8/11/2016

SCCU Stuffs the BusSCCU Stuffs the Bus for local students

The employees of SCCU came together to stuff the bus with school supplies for the United Way of the EUP's Annual Project Backpack Event. With several dress down days held, SCCU was able to buy $400 worth of school supplies that will be given out to local students on August 12, 2016.

Share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+
United Way on 4/22/2016

United waySCCU Employees Supporting United Way

On the fourth Friday of every month, the employees at SCCU wear jeans to support the local United Way. The money raised on these dress down days is donated directly to our United Way, and then distributed back into the community. Our employees feel strongly about giving back to our community, as it represents what credit unions stand for - "People helping people." 

Share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+
Reality Fair on 4/20/2016

It's Reality - Financial Reality FairSCCU Employees at It's Reality Financial Reality Fair

On April 20, 2016, Soo Co-op Credit Union teamed up with area high schools to host a 90 minute interactive experience, designed to provide hands-on, real-life situations with the many financial challenges young people face as they venture out onto their own, post high school. Since its introduction in 2011, over 1,400 students have complete the It's Reality program. This unique live simulation provides students with a career choice and starting salary - students complete a budget and make choices to stay within their budget while paying for basic necessities such as housing, utilities, food, and transportation. Opportunities are presented to students along the way that require them to make decisions whether to purchase items (i.e. a paradise vacation or a puppy), in order to demonstrate to students the immediate effect that impulse spending can have on a budget. 

 

Share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+