This New House: Put a Dent in that Energy Bill

In honor of “Cut Your Energy Costs Day” we decided our next blog post for the “This New House” series would be all about how to cut your energy bill! Especially in winter, energy bills skyrocket. It’s difficult to maintain a low energy bill considering Christmas lights, hosting holiday events, less sunlight and wanting to keep warm, so we put … Read more »

Parker Community Credit Union Merges with Educators Credit Union

Great news! Educators Credit Union is expanding west. As of Monday, Jan. 8, Educators will now have branches located in Janesville, Beloit and Milton. The expansion comes thanks to a merger with Parker Community Credit Union. PCCU was started by Parker Pen employees in 1934. This merger is a great opportunity for members of Educators Credit Union and Parker Community Credit … Read more »

Educators Credit Union wins the Governor’s Financial Literacy Award

We’re thrilled to announce that Educators Credit Union has been honored with the 2017 Governor’s Financial Literacy Award. The Governor’s Council on Financial Literacy announced the award recipients Friday afternoon. Educators won its award for its sponsorship of the digital financial learning tool EverFi. EverFi teaches middle and high school students about important financial topics like saving money, credit, saving … Read more »

Ready for Change?

Let’s be honest, sometimes New Year’s resolutions can be a flop. Most of us make big plans to lose weight, save money, eat healthier or get rid of any bad habits. Educators wants to make at least one of your resolutions easier on you so that you can achieve the financial goals you’ve set for yourself. Our Change Up savings … Read more »

January Member Focus

Get the latest information with our January Member Focus. This month, the Member Focus has details on Educators expanding west, an opportunity to win big when filing your taxes, and details on how the holidays will affect our hours. Share this:  

80 for 80 Years: Part Fifteen (Items 76-80)

It’s been a busy 2017! In celebration of our 80th anniversary, we’ve put together a blog series highlighting 80 different products, services, events, giveaways and sponsorships that took place in 2017. Today we are posting the final five! If you missed the first 75 items, head to our blog page to read them! 76. Relay for Life – Educators donated funds to … Read more »

Let’s Talk Scholarships

If you’re anything like high school me, you’re applying for as many scholarships as you can find to relieve some of the financial weight of college off your shoulders. It’s time-consuming, tedious and sometimes aggravating but we’ve put together three tips to help with the stress of the application process! Know your audience – It’s important to understand that every … Read more »

80 for 80 Years: Part Fourteen (Items 71-75)

It’s been a busy 2017! In celebration of our 80th anniversary, we’ve put together a blog series highlighting 80 different products, services, events, giveaways and sponsorships that took place in 2017. If you missed the first 70 items, head to our blog page to read them! 71. Presenting ECU Days at Miller Park – Educators partnered with the state to honor the … Read more »

Meet Julio!

Julio is an Assistant Branch Manager in our Member Response Center at the Home Office location. Check out his Meet Video to get to know him better. For more videos, check out our YouTube channel. Share this:  

3 Steps to Avoid a Post-Christmas Financial Hangover

In the classic Christmas movie Christmas with the Kranks, Luther Krank did everything he could to skip Christmas. To his dismay, his plans fall through and, along with his wife, he’s left scrambling at the last possible moment for gifts, decorations, food and party must-haves in order to pull together a Christmas miracle. As comical and light-hearted as the film is, … Read more »