How to Use Biz Kid$

There are many ways you can utilize Biz Kid$ in your financial education outreach.  Here are just a few ideas: 

  • Include a link to the Biz Kid$ website on your credit union website.
  • Use Biz Kid$ episodes and lesson plans as part of your classroom presentations.
  • Host a Biz Kid$ viewing party or movie night at your credit union.
  • Donate DVD box sets to schools and/or host a Biz Kid$ train the trainer session for local teachers.
  • Donate DVD box sets to your local library and/or host a Biz Kid$ education session at your library.
  • Work with local youth agencies such as Boys & Girls Club, YMCA, Boy Scouts/Girl Scouts, etc. and offer education sessions using Biz Kid$ materials.
  • Sponsor a Biz Kid$ Business Plan competition. 
  • Use Biz Kid$ in after school programs or summer camps.
  • Play Biz Kid$ episodes in the children’s area of your credit union.
  • Show a Biz Kid$ episode and do an activity from the lesson plan as part of “Take Your Child to Work Day”.
  • Host a Biz Kid$ piggy bank/treasure hunt in your local schools.  Click here for a toolkit. (Also, click here to learn how Atomic CU leveraged this idea for a piggy bank hunt in the summer)
  • Get some ideas from our Biz Kid$ Financial Education grantees.
  • Check out the "Teaching Kids about Money with Biz Kid$" podcast with Foundation staff to learn more about the program & different ways to leverage it. Also, see how San Diego County CU leverages Biz Kid$ in this podcast.
Downloadable collateral materials help draw the brand link between credit unions and Biz Kid$. These materials are available to promote Biz Kid$ in your area. Posters, flyers, brochures, and web buttons are available at no cost for credit unions to customize for use in their lobbies, web sites, and newsletters. 

To download, right click over each image and choose "save as..."

Biz Kid$ Logo

Website Button

Brochure

Flyer

Teacher Brochure

Tri-Fold Brochure

For More Information & Questions...

...contact Danielle Brown, National Program Director, at (608) 231-4353 or dbrown@ncuf.coop.


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