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Intelligent Branding- Showcasing Academic Talent

By | November 14th, 2018|Academic Achievement, Activities, Charitable Giving, Credit Unions, Education, HiQ|

"Hi-Q is not only a competitive representation of our individual abilities, but it also represents our school." The sentiment of Academy Park High School (Sharon Hill, Pa.) student Jordan McGowan, echoed by teammate Amel White, describes Delco Hi-Q, the nation's [...]

The Dream Job that Began as an Internship

By | August 23rd, 2018|Academic Achievement, Activities, Career, Credit Unions, Education, Financial Literacy|

With an aptitude for mathematics, Zak Tobias had always thought he would one day work with numbers but as a young boy, he may not have fully understood how. Fortunately for Zak, a convenient high school internship helped him figure [...]

Trending: Financial Well-being in the Workplace

By | October 2nd, 2017|Credit Unions, Education, Financial Literacy|

Undue stress has a negative effect on health and a net-negative effect on the workplace. Certified Employee Benefits Specialist Stephen Miller cited a number of studies around the effects of financial stress on the workplace in his 2016 SHRM report [...]

Credit Unions Make a Difference

By | July 21st, 2017|Activities, Credit Unions, Education, Financial Literacy, News|

BY CHLOE NIU, WHARTON STUDENT & FMFCU INTERN Credit unions and banks have coexisted for a long time, each offering financial services to serve their respective members and customers. Recent directives for credit unions, however, have raised the age-old question [...]

The Credit Union Difference

By | April 10th, 2017|Academic Achievement, Awards & Recognition, Charitable Giving, Education, Events, Financial Literacy, HiQ, News, Scholarship, Youth Achievement|

Imagine setting out to do something good in your community and the service you provide is so valuable that the demand for it rapidly increases to the point you’re nearly overwhelmed. Demand for services is good, right? But what if [...]

Leaders Made by Effort

By | May 4th, 2016|Academic Achievement, Activities, Awards & Recognition, Charitable Giving, Education, Events, Financial Literacy, News, Scholarship, Youth Achievement|

by John D. Unangst, President & CEO Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union Leaders are made, they are not born. They are made by hard effort, which is the price all of us must pay to achieve any goal that is [...]

Excellence in Teaching Award Pays Huge Classroom Dividends

By | January 20th, 2016|Uncategorized|

Dan Arrison, left, and a student show off the Lego Project at Grace Park Elementary School. No one likes getting called to the Principal’s Office, not even teachers. Ridley School District Special Needs Instructor Dan Arrison is no [...]