BOULDER CITY, Nev. - MyDAS has launched its international services division to help credit unions reach out to diverse memberships and nations. Recognizing the importance of the Hispanic market, MyDAS has been working with the Texas Credit Union League to support their ongoing commitment to developing credit unions in Mexico. The International Services Division at MyDAS will focus on developing financial literacy tools and educational initiatives globally. Youth education on money management, credit, balancing a checkbook and more is available in both English and Spanish. Entendiendo su Dinero, the money management course designed to teach youth about balancing a checkbook, good credit practices, credit reports, saving for the future and much more has been translated and will be taught to Spanish youth. The 175 educational translated programs can be accessed via its Credit Union University Web site at www.cuu.com. For more information contact International Services Division Director Brandi Stankovic at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MyDAS Goes International
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