- Savings Accounts
- High Yield Savings
- Credit Cards
- Online Banking
Hudson River Community Credit Union makes a wealth of FREE financial education information available to its member/owners and members of the communities we serve. From a variety of fun and interactive online financial literacy programs and online fraud prevention education to on-site and in-branch educational workshops.
Our educational content is provided by leaders in financial education. From the financial education experts at the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) to the Cornell University Cooperative Extensions of Warren, Washington, Saratoga and Albany/Rensselaer Counties, you can expect only quality content provided in a clear and concise manner.
For Kids Up to Age 7
Ages 8 through 14
|Fun Games Cool Calculators Stories||Games Calculators Stories|
Ages 13 through 19
|Blogs Games Calculators|
|Spot a Scam||Safe Social Networking|
|Prevent ID Theft||Investment Fraud|
|Using an ATM or Debit Card||Avoiding a Hoax or a Scam|
|Viruses & Malware||Travel & Mobile Safety|
|Online Shopping||Business Fraud|
|Personal ID Theft Prevention||ID Theft Prevention for Business|
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In partnership with the Cornell University Cooperative Extension programs in our service area, HRCCU presents on-site Financial Literacy Workshops tailored to the needs of participants at no cost to a growing list of employers and organizations in Warren, Washington, Saratoga and Rensselaer Counties as well as in Cohoes, Green Island and Watervliet.
Currently available workshops include:
Workshops are available at no cost to organizations or participants. For maximum benefit, we ask that businesses be able to host a minimum of 15 attendees per workshop at their location.
For more information, please contact John Marino, AVP, Marketing at (518) 654-9028 or by email at email@example.com.
HRCCU’s Financial Literacy Workshops are presented in partnership with the Cornell University Cooperative Extension and are made possible in part through a Smart Money grant from the New York Credit Union Foundation.