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Sunday Is Deadline To Report Fin Ed Classroom Data
MADISON, Wis. (6/26/13)--Sunday is the National Youth Involvement Board's (NYIB) deadline for credit unions to report data on financial-education classroom presentations, NYIB said.

The top presenters will be recognized at the NYIB's 2103 annual conference, July 29-Aug. 1, in San Diego. The NYIB conference also recognizes top ranking of states in outreach from data reported through the NYIB website.

NYIB was created in 1972 to create a national system to disseminate information and resources regarding youth participation in the credit union movement. Credit union leaders recognized the need to reach out to young people to ensure a bright future for the movement.

NYIB:

  • Serves as a resource of youth marketing materials and ideas for credit unions;
  • Encourages excitement and commitment to youth financial literacy;
  • Creates leadership opportunities for the credit union movement;
  • Develops strategic alliances that benefit the credit union movement in keeping with the NYIB mission; and
  • Provides an educational conference keeping with the NYIB mission.
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