Educational Systems FCU Hosts Pathways Schools Young Entrepreneurship Program Students

Educational Systems Federal Credit Union welcomed students from the Pathways Schools Young Entrepreneurship Program (YEP)

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The Students were taken on a branch tour and training session at the Credit Union's Brinkley Building in Rockville.

During the visit, students took a tour of the Rockville Branch, and talked to employees in the Accounting and Marketing Departments as well as the Contact Center.  Each department offered insight on how the Credit Union serves its members. Students learned about creating and executing a marketing campaign, helping members with their financial needs through the Contact Center, and how the Credit Union provides guidance for financial security. The Credit Union also presented each student with a certificate of completion for the training session.

Since its inception in 2007, the Pathways Schools' vocational program has benefitted more than 200 students.  "Pathways Schools is very lucky to have a partner like Educational Systems FCU," said Anthony Hamm, Career Path Program Coordinator for Pathways Schools.

"For us, it's an honor to Support Education," said Chris Conway, President/CEO of Educational Systems Federal Credit Union. "It gives us great pleasure to share how different positions across the Credit Union work together to help the education community achieve their financial goals and dreams.  During the visit, students had the opportunity to ask questions and gain first-hand knowledge about future career options."

Educational Systems FCU (esfcu.org) has proudly served the education community for over 60 years. With over $1 billion in assets and 12 branches, the Credit Union serves 85,000 members in seven school systems and three community colleges throughout Anne Arundel, Calvert, Charles, Montgomery, Prince George's, St. Mary's, and Talbot counties.