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Eagles Student-Run Credit Union

Atomic Credit Union believes a solid and well-rounded education must also include real-world lessons. That's why we have partnered with 17 school districts located throughout Ohio to establish more than 35 Student-Run Credit Union Branches. Students are provided hands-on learning activities and job duties concerning Personal Finances and the Financial Industry.   

At Eastern Local Schools, we give our students the opportunity to experience hands-on financial education by participating in the Student-Run Credit Union. The students can open a FREE savings account and learn the importance of saving their money through this program. They can deposit money during open hours at the Eagles Student-Run Credit Union or at any of the Atomic Credit Union branches.

The Eagles Student-Run Credit Union will be open in the cafeteria on Fridays for students to make deposits.

If your child already has an account with Atomic Credit Union, they can participate! If they need a pouch or booklet they can stop by the Student-Run Credit Union to receive one. There are no financial restrictions with the Student-Run Credit Union program. For example, the students can deposit as little as a penny each week. Take control of your financial future by getting involved with the Eagles Student-Run Credit Union TODAY!

To participate at your Eagles Student-Run Credit Union please follow the link:

Eagles Student-Run Signup 

For more information please contact:

Andy Eisnaugle

Director of Financial Education

Atomic Credit Union

(740) 289-5060 (ext 1265)

Atomic Credit Union believes a solid and well-rounded education must also include real-world lessons. That's why we have partnered with 17 school districts located throughout Ohio to establish more than 35 Student-Run Credit Union Branches. Students are provided hands-on learning activities and job duties concerning Personal Finances and the Financial Industry.  

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