ST. LOUIS – Rosie Holub, president/CEO, Missouri Credit Union System has been nominated to sit on a board that will review a study on financial education that will be conducted by the Missouri Council on Economic Education. The study will make recommendations to the governor and legislature on improving economic and personal finance education in Missouri schools from kindergarten through high school. It may also recommend changes in teacher certification. MCUS said Missouri credit unions are contributing more than $22,000 to fund the $100,000 financial education study. A tight budget forced the state to seek outside funding for the study. The Missouri Credit Union Charitable Foundation Inc. and 10 credit unions made contributions. Among the contributing credit unions are: Anheuser-Busch Employees’ CU, CommunityAmerica CU, First Community CU, Gateway Metro CU, Jefferson City Highway CU, Mazuma CU, St. Anthony CU, St. Louis Community CU, St. Louis Postal CU, Southwest Teachers CU and United CU. “Credit unions have always played a major role by providing financial education and counseling to their members.” explained Holub. “As a credit union advocate and a former educator, I welcome the opportunity to contribute to this important effort.”

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