Our Commitment to Education
Originally opened in 1954 as Baton Rouge Teachers, Neighbors Federal Credit Union has always believed in the importance of education. Our members' financial well-being is our primary concern and how well you can manage your finances hinges on your ability to stay informed. With that in mind, we've made the commitment to providing information to help you make more sound financial decisions.
Branch Financial Education Workshops
Every few weeks, Neighbors hosts financial education workshops at our branches. Neighbors' Community Outreach Coordinator Ann Marie Erie covers topics such as credit, budgeting, or how to discuss finances with your children. These classes are supplemented with occasional guest speakers on subjects like check fraud and identity theft protection.
Bringing Financial Education to the Community
Interested in hosting a financial education workshop? We offer free on-site adult and youth seminars for a variety of groups including schools, churches and other community organizations. For more information, contact Ann Marie Erie at 225-819-5748.
Apr 24: Teaching Your Kids About Money
May 22: Managing Money, Budgets, Credit and Credit Scores
May 29: Mortgages: Breaking the Code
Jun 5: Managing Money, Budgets, Credit and Credit Scores
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Jun 12: Understanding Auto Loans: What You Should Know