Money Smart Programs
Better Banking means providing the knowledge you need to succeed.
It's A Money Thing Academy
It's A Money Thing Academy is a financial literacy program that was created to engage and give young adults the tools they need to be successful managers of their finances. These online courses teach young adults about various need-to-know topics such as:
- Earning an Income
- Buying Goods & Services
- Using Credit
- Financial Investing
- Protecting & Insuring
Enroll today in It's A Money Thing Academy and get on the road to your bright financial future. Also, be sure to like us on Facebook, and Instagram to receive up-to-date information on all of our Money Smart programs.
Also, be sure to check out our free Financial Seminars where we cover all manner of financial topics in great detail.
CU Bulletin - A bi-weekly publication for members of the credit union to sell and find used items.
CU Car Sales - Purchase repossessed vehicles and properties
Annual Report - Our annual financial statement
Calendar - Click here for the 2017 holiday and payday calendar
News and Notes - Bi-annual member publication sent in December and June statements
Good Grades Program
Robins Financial Credit Union knows that a successful future starts in the classroom. Twice a year (January & June), Robins Financial awards six students with $150 in cash for maintaining good grades during a semester.
There will be 6 winners – 2 at the middle school level, 2 at the high school level, and 2 at the college level.
You must have a 3.0 GPA and be a member of Robins Financial Credit Union to be eligible. If you are selected you will be required to supply a copy of your grades for verification.
Use this form to participate in this program.
We will be accepting applications for our 21st annual Most Excellent Senior Team (MEST) Scholarship beginning in January 2017. This scholarship is open to High School Seniors who plan to attend a university, college, or technical school in the fall. We will award a 4-year, $4,000 scholarship to 5 lucky recipients.
To get all the details view our scholarship information and guidelines.
Your completed application must include:
- Completed Scholarship Application
- College Acceptance Letter (Just one is fine. If you have not yet been accepted to the school you plan to attend, send a letter from any school.)
- Copy of your most recent high school report card (Either a photocopy or print out of an online transcript is acceptable)
- Copy of a complete FASFA Student Aid Report or a completed copy of parents 2015 Income Tax statement (Entire report or return is required)
- An Achievement/Activities Form (Must be completed on the form provided, in the space provided. Additional pages, resumes, or portfolios will not be considered.)
- Two Letters of Recommendation (Must be written by non-relatives. Please remove letters from envelopes to include in packet.)
- One Page typed essay answering the following questions: What does financial responsibility mean to you and how do you manage your finances? How will receiving your college degree help improve your financial future and how can Robins Financial Credit Union help you achieve your financial goals? (Spelling and grammar will be considered)
Better Banking means bright financial futures. That's why we created many programs to help children, teens, and young adults establish good financial habits.
Our My$ta$h Checking allows kids 12 to 15 years old the opportunity to learn important money management skills in partnership with their parents.
Our MyMoney MyWay® Accounts are for those ages 16-26 and include checking, savings and Visa® Credit Card options. Also, check out our First Time Auto Buyer program to put you behind the wheel of your first car!
If you are interested in any of the accounts listed above, give us a call at 478-923-3773 or toll free at 800-241-2405 or stop by your nearest branch today.