A special section for Champion Credit Unionís young savers
Fall Into Fun
Fall has arrived and fun has arrived with it! CCU young savers are nearing the end of 2010 and their
deposit period. Donít get spooked though! Keep making your deposits and having your card stamped,
youíve been doing great and there are just a few months left. Fall holds lots of great fun, how many fun
fall activities can you think of? Football games, hayrides, jumping in leaves, corn mazes and of course
Halloween are just a few things you can do. If you will be visiting Pumpkin Path at the Toledo Zoo,
October 23 or October 24, keep your eyes open - Champ the Chimp will be there visiting with all of his
credit union friends!
Champion Credit Union members who will be attending post-secondary educational programs (not limited to colleges
and universities) can apply for scholarships that are awarded by the Northwest Chapter of Credit Unions. Complete
the application and essay below to be considered for either the $2,000 or $1,500 scholarship. The winner of the
$2000.00 scholarship will have their application forwarded to the statewide scholarship program sponsored by the
Ohio Credit Union Foundation, which awards four $2,500 scholarships. The Northwest Chapter of Credit Unions
Scholarships are open to anyone wishing to complete the application and essay.
For a more printer friendly version of the application, print page 4 of the
Newsletter (PDF file).
The Northwest Chapter of Credit Unions
2011 Scholarship Award Application
Please answer the following question by attaching your typed, double spaced response. Essay should be no
longer than 4 pages. Creativity is encouraged!
Signature of Parent/Legal Guardian required for applicants under age 18:
| City, State, Zip:
Phone: ____________________ |
Are you a member of a credit union? If so, which credit union(s)?
This does not affect your eligibility for this scholarship but may make you
eligible for other scholarship opportunities.
Question: Imagine that it is your job to inform high school students about the advantages of
credit union membership. What would your message be? How would you get the word out?