December 12, 2018

Nutmeg CU debuts first high-school branch

Photo | Flickr via Russ Glasson
Photo | Flickr via Russ Glasson
Rocky Hill High School at 50 Chapin Ave.

Rocky Hill's Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union has opened a branch at its local high school, its first school branch in the state.

Nutmeg CEO John Holt, flanked by members of the Rocky Hill school board and other local town and school officials and civic leaders, recently unveiled the student-run branch inside the school at 50 Chapin Ave.

The branch will feature by January a self-service kiosk to be used by students and faculty account transfers, loan payments, check and cash deposits or withdrawals, among other services. Also available will be information on financial planning and on banking careers.

"We've worked with many schools across the state over the years, but this is the first branch we've actually placed in a school," Holt said in a statement. "We're here to help students better understand banking and prepare them for smart decision making in the future."

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