WILLISTON, VT — New England Federal Credit Union (NEFCU) has partnered with iGrad/Enrich™, a San Diego-based software company, to offer new online financial education capabilities. The new platform provides tools that can help people make better financial decisions from youth to retirement.
The new educational offerings are part of NEFCU’s ongoing commitment to financial capability by empowering underserved communities, high school and college students, and local businesses. “Individuals have various learning styles, and in today’s world it’s tougher to carve out time to attend a seminar,” said Patricia Selsky, NEFCU’s Financial Education Director. “We want to save you time while making financial information relevant, timely, and convenient for everyone.”
Enrich offers educational content including student loans, credit, car and home buying, retirement and more. Enrich also personalizes information for each person’s situation and needs. It offers online courses, webinars, calculators, articles, games, and a library of multimedia resources.
“We are thrilled to partner with NEFCU to offer its members and community financial wellness education that can reduce their financial stress, help them take active steps toward reducing debt and saving for retirement, and much more,” said iGrad founder and CEO Rob LaBreche.
Enrich’s parent company, iGrad™, is a three-time winner of Education of the Year (The Institute for Financial Literacy), Best Product award for three years running (University Business Magazine), as well as the Outstanding Consumer Information Award (Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education).
For more information, visit http://www.enrich.org/.
About NEFCU (VT)
New England Federal Credit Union (NEFCU), headquartered in Williston, is a member-owned financial institution serving communities in the six counties of northwestern Vermont. With more than 88,000 members and $1 billion in assets, we are the largest Credit Union in Vermont. Anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in the six counties of northwestern Vermont (Addison, Chittenden, Franklin, Grand Isle, Washington, and Lamoille) is eligible for membership.