Student run credit union branch at Highland Park Sr High School open today
Tuesday, May 03, 2016
Hiway Federal Credit Union - St. Paul, Minnesota (May 3, 2016) - Hiway Federal Credit Union (Hiway), along with staff and administrators of Highland Park Sr. High School in St. Paul, gathered today for the Grand Opening of Hiway’s second student-run branch in the Saint Paul School District. The Scots branch opened today at Highland Park Sr. High School.
“There was a great deal of excitement this morning as we opened the new Scots Branch at Highland Park Sr. High,” said Bill Wagner, Hiway Vice President of Business Development. “It was great to see students stopping by to talk to Hiway’s newest employees to learn more about the credit union. We have hired three Highland Park students to run the new student branch under the supervision of Maureen Daly, Assistant Branch Manager of our Fort Snelling Branch. I’d like to thank Tina Jones, Hiway’s Community Outreach Administrator, along with the group of student volunteers that planned today’s event, making a big splash for the grand opening.”
Hiway’s goal is to provide financial education along with real-life experiences to engage students and give them the financial skills that will prepare them for college, careers and beyond. Our commitment to financial education supports the Succeed Saint Paul Campaign to invest in the success of students and the City of Saint Paul, because when all students succeed, all of Saint Paul succeeds. The student branches provide an excellent opportunity for students to learn about financial services and credit responsibility through hands-on experience.
ABOUT HIWAY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
Hiway Federal Credit Union was founded in 1931 to serve the employees of the Minnesota Highway Department. Today, Hiway serves over 63,000 members in Minnesota and around the country, registers $1 billion in assets and welcomes new membership from individuals and small businesses. Hiway offers its members unparalleled member service and a lifetime of savings through lower loan rates, higher savings rates and fewer and lower fees.