Texas Trust Youth Advisory Council Accepting High School Applicants for Fall 2014 Term

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North Texas High school students interested in the 2014 fall Texas Trust Youth Advisory Council can apply through July 31, 2014.

The Texas Trust Youth Advisory Council Spring 2014

High school students interested in leadership development and personal financial education are invited to apply for the fall term of the Texas Trust Credit Union Youth Advisory Council. Nominations for the council are being accepted all this month.

The Youth Advisory Council provides leadership training and teaches students basic financial skills that can help members successfully manage their money throughout their adult life. The Council also participates in a service project and volunteers at community events sponsored by Texas Trust. Up to 20 students will be selected to serve on the Council.

The Fall 2014 Youth Advisory Council will serve from August through December 2014. High school students living in Arlington, Cedar Hill, DeSoto, Grand Prairie, Hurst, Kennedale, and Mansfield are eligible to join the Council, which will hold bi-monthly meetings at the Texas Trust headquarters facility at 5850 W. Interstate 20, Suite 100 in Arlington.

High school students interested in joining the Council must apply by July 31. Council members receive a stipend for their service upon completing all of the monthly requirements.

Eligibility requirements and an online application are available at the Texas Trust Credit Union website. Questions about the Council can be directed to Jessica White at 972-595-1776.

About Texas Trust Credit Union
Texas Trust, one of the largest credit unions in North Texas and the 17th largest in Texas, provides financial services that enable members to build brighter financial futures. As a full-service financial institution, Texas Trust offers checking, savings, mortgages, credit cards, CDs, Money Market accounts, IRAs, and investment and insurance services. Its business services include SBA and conventional loans, electronic payment cards, checking and money market accounts, merchant card processing, online banking, insurance and the Employee Solutions Network. With assets of $825 million, Texas Trust operates in Dallas, Tarrant, and Henderson counties, as well as parts of Ellis and Johnson counties. It has 14 branches in Mansfield, Grand Prairie, Arlington, Cedar Hill, DeSoto, Hurst and Athens. Texas Trust is a federally insured financial institution. Deposits up to $250,000 are insured by the full faith of the federal government through the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA). For more information, visit TexasTrustCU.org.

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