Since our inception in 1948, American Heritage Credit Union has committed itself to the Credit Union philosophy of "People Helping People." As we have grown throughout the years our commitment to helping the community has grown with us. Growing into a better community begins with our youth. American Heritage is committed to the holistic wellbeing of the next generations, beginning with their financial education. 

Below you will find a variety of information designed to meet the financial and educational needs of your children and students. American Heritage invites you to Get Educated, Get Exploring and Get Active.

Get Educated

American Heritage has adopted the national financial education initiative, Biz Kid$. Using a clever blend of entertainment and education, Biz Kid$ shows kids how to make and manage money by introducing concepts of financial literacy and entrepreneurship.

Get Exploring

Embark on a unique field trip opportunity to help your students learn important life skills that aren't taught in the everyday classroom. Students will have the chance to visit our main headquarters and learn important financial skills, the Credit Union industry, career development paths, organizational management and much more.

Learn more about field trip opportunities to American Heritage Credit Union.

Get Active

The Youth Advisory Board at American Heritage is composed of High School and College students who assist in critical decision making for the future of the Credit Union. The group of active individuals help us grow as an organization and better understand the needs of our youth.