Thrive Young Adults
Entering adulthood can be exciting and new, especially when it comes to learning how to manage your own finances. That’s where Thrive can help! Having a Thrive Young Adults account can give you access to tools and education to help you achieve financial success as you become an adult.
Follow @ThriveCU on Twitter and guess how many candy corn kernels Thrive Pig ate. Make sure to #CandyCornContest at the end of your tweet. The person whose guess is closest to the actual number of candy corn kernels will win a $25 Caffeinery gift card.
For example: @ThriveCU Thrive pig ate ___ kernels #CandyCornContest
Become a Member!
- Go to any Thrive location
- Provide one form of legal identification
- Deposit $5 to open an account
Products and services:
Thrive Young Adults are over 18 years old and have access to all of Thrive’s products and services. Check with Thrive loan officers to see how you can begin building your credit to grow to financial success in the future.
- Free Thrive T-shirt or sunglasses
- Access to quarterly e-newsletter
- Online educational materials
- Opportunities to enter contests to win prizes
Already a member?
Go to any Thrive location to pick up a free T-shirt or sunglasses. If you were a Thrive Teen who is now 18 years old, enjoy the new products and services Thrive Young Adults can access.
Educational Materials and Resources:
- Get your credit report of credit score- https://www.mycreditunion.gov/protect/Pages/credit-reports.aspx
- Pay off credit card debt- https://www.mycreditunion.gov/what-credit-unions-can-do/Pages/paying-off-Credit-Cards.aspx
- Understand credit card statement- https://www.mycreditunion.gov/Pages/pocket-cents-understanding-credit-card-statement.aspx
- Currency around the world- https://www.mycreditunion.gov/Pages/foreign-currencies.aspx
- Identity Theft- https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/features/feature-0014-identity-theft
- Protect your identity and prevent theft- https://www.mycreditunion.gov/Pages/pocket-cents-landing-protect-and-prevent.aspx
Personal budget worksheet- https://www.mycreditunion.gov/tools-resources/Pages/Personal-Budgeting-Worksheet.aspx