FEDERAL WAY, Wash. — Woodstone Credit Union will offer a second workshop for teens following the popularity of its first Financial Skills for Life program.

The free workshop is designed specifically for teenagers and is the latest in a long history of educational opportunities offered by Woodstone to help students build lifelong financial skills through education. Financial Skills For Life will teach teens the skills they need for healthy financial futures in a workshop series covering a variety of topics.

"Woodstone is proud of our long-standing commitment to serving teens financial literacy needs. For many years, our high school program allowed us to take our educational tools into two of our Federal Way high schools", said Susan Streifel, CEO of Woodstone Credit Union.

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