Seminars hosted by WECU® are free and open to the general public. Reservations are required. Below is a list of upcoming seminars:
WECU Student Visa
Invitation only. Our program is designed for members at least 16 years of age, and provides students with an opportunity to learn about money management and maintaining good credit. Students are required to attend the Student Visa Seminar and we strongly encourage legal guardians or parent(s) to attend. Upon successful completion of the Student Visa Seminar and either a completed application with proof of income or parent/legal guardian as co-borrower, student members are issued a $250 Student Visa which is good until age 21. Visit https://www.wecu.com/visacards for card details.
Ferndale Education Center 5659 Barrett Rd. Ferndale, WA
Get Green with Sustainable Connections and WECU!
The Sustainable Connections Community Energy Challenge makes achieving energy efficiency as easy as possible from start to finish. They provide each participating household or business with quality information, a full energy assessment, a customized energy action plan detailing cost-effective measures, assistance with utility and tax rebates, reliable contractors, quality assurance, and more. Learn from your Sustainable Connections and WECU hosts how you can get green and save money with energy efficient upgrades!
Estate Planning with Jodie Beatty
Have You Created an Estate Plan for Your Family?
An estate plan is a map of how you want your personal and financial affairs to be handled in the future. An effective estate plan can help ensure that your family’s financial needs will be taken care of, and that your personal wishes will be carried out in the manner you intended. It’s a critical part of your overall financial plan. Hosted by Jodie Beatty, a local Financial Advisor with Waddell & Reed.
*This presentation is for informational purposes only. Investment and financial decisions should always be made based on your specific financial needs, objectives, goals, time horizon and risk tolerance. Waddell & Reed does not offer tax or legal advice. Please consult with a professional regarding your personal situation.
Youth Money Management
Did you just get your first "grown up" account? And suddenly you’re expected to understand checking accounts, savings accounts, debit cards, interest, overdraft protection, fees and so much more?! It’s confusing, so let WECU help! Learn how to avoid common pitfalls, the value of good credit, and how to successfully manage your new account. For youth ages 15-18