PLYMOUTH, Minn. (May 15, 2019)– TruStone Financial Federal Credit Union employees recently taught Junior Achievement classes to first grade students at Birchview Elementary in Plymouth, Minnesota. All costs associated with this JA programming were paid for by a grant from the TruStone Financial Foundation.
“At Junior Achievement, we value partnering with members of the community to deliver our core curriculum of financial literacy, career and college readiness, and entrepeneurship,” said Stacy McDonald, Program Manager at Junior Achievement of the Upper Midwest. “We believe that our students, our communities and our global economy grow stronger when more voices and experiences are shared. We are extremely fortunate to have volunteers from TruStone Financial inspiring our students.”
TruStone Financial looks forward to continuing its collaboration with Junior Achievement of the Upper Midwest. “This is the third year TruStone has worked with Junior Achievement and Birchview Elementary,” said Steve Steen, TruStone Financial’s Chief Business Officer. “It’s rewarding not only to partner with an organization that does as much good for the Midwest as Junior Achievement does, but also to give back to the schools and students in our communities.”
About the TruStone Financial Foundation
The TruStone Financial Foundation is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2009 by TruStone Financial Federal Credit Union. The TruStone Financial Foundation primarily supports financial education and programs through scholarships and outreach, while also engaging in general charitable giving in the communities served by the credit union. Learn more about the TruStone Financial Foundation at www.TruStoneFoundation.org.
About Junior Achievement® of the Upper Midwest, Inc.
Junior Achievement® of the Upper Midwest is part of a national organization that offers financial literacy, college and career readiness, and entrepreneurship education to K-12 students in Minnesota, North Dakota and western Wisconsin. Its mission is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in the global economy. To learn more about Junior Achievement® of the Upper Midwest, visit jaum.org.