RTN Credit Union in Waltham offers seminars for local youth

WALTHAM, MA – The RTN Federal Credit Union of Waltham and the RTN GoodWorks Foundation recently hosted a two-part virtual series on “Money Management” and “Saving and Investment Basics” for students at Waltham High School Business Club and students from eighth year of Our Lady Academy.

A total of 76 students, aged 12 to 18, and teachers attended the seminars. Two seminars took place in February and the other two in March. Topics covered included how to manage the money you earn, how to plan your future income, how to invest money, and how to think about future debt. These financial concepts were introduced through conversations and interactive questions and answers.

“The material covered in RTN’s seminar is information that every high school student should be exposed to, and it was refreshing to see each topic broken down for teenage learning,” said Waltham business professor Michael Wilder. High School, in a statement.

Founded in 2011, the RTN GoodWorks Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit public charitable foundation that fosters financial wellness and promotes financial literacy and community engagement.

RTN Federal Credit Union is a full-service, member-owned and operated financial cooperative. Founded in 1945, RTN is one of Massachusetts’ largest credit unions. For more information, click here.

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