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cooperative credit unions and members
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  Vermont Dept. of Financial Regulation

  Home & Family Finance Radio (podcasts)

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Biz Kid$
The place where kids teach kids about money and business

Biz Kid$ is a national financial education initiative based on an Emmy Award-winning public television series about kids, money, and business. The series reaches over one million viewers per episode using a clever blend of entertainment and education. Each Biz Kid$ episode shows kids how to make and manage money by introducing concepts of financial literacy and entrepreneurship. To keep young viewers engaged, the series includes a fast-paced mix of direct education delivered by young actors, sketch comedies, animation, and stories featuring real-life young entrepreneurs. The show is complemented by a resource rich website, lesson plans, outreach activities, and a monthly electronic newsletter.

Biz Kid$’ creative team is best known for creating and producing ‘Bill Nye the Science Guy’. Bill Nye was a popular science series produced in the 1990’s, and is still being used to teach science in classrooms across the US today. The producers have also created more than 475 episodes for PBS in the areas of ‘How-to’ and ‘Natural History’ and has worked on projects for NBC, CBS, ABC, The Food Network, General Electric, General Motors, Microsoft, National Geographic, and President Bill Clinton.

Biz Kid$ has received the status of “recommended educational resource” by the State Boards of Education in Virginia, Florida, California, Illinois, Iowa, Idaho, Wisconsin, and Texas. The series is in the process of achieving that recognition in New York, Pennsylvania, Washington, and Massachusetts.
Cooperative Financial Services in the Green Mountain State
In Vermont, there are 21 individual credit union main offices, 70+ additional branch locations, and more than 110 Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs). Most credit unions that own ATMs also provide their members with surcharge free access to more than 25,000 additional ATMs at home and across the U.S. via the national Co-Op ATM Network and/or Vermont's own Falcon ATM Network.

Alphabetical List of Vermont Credit Unions

Anyone in Vermont can likely do their banking with one or more of the credit unions listed below.  Every Vermont credit union is authorized to offer services to residents of geographic areas (in most cases, one or more counties), specific employee groups, or both, as outlined in their bylaws.  Because many of these service areas overlap large portions of the state, regardless of where you live, work, or go to school, there is almost certainly at least one credit union for you.

Clicking on a credit union's name below will bring you to their page at, which displays the credit union's main office address, branch locations, and website URL.

If you would prefer to locate credit unions in your zip code area, simply click on the above link and use the Smarter Choice website's "Find a Credit Union that is right for you" Search to get started.