Podcasts For High School Students – What Teens Need to Know About Financial Literacy


(SAVANNAH, Ga.) April is National Financial Literacy month. Center Parc Credit Union has a podcast aimed at high school students with the goal of giving young people the financial know-how they need to thrive as adults.

Episodes of the podcast range from four to five minutes and cover a wide financial spectrum: credit cards, payment apps, setting up a savings plan, buying a car and more. The podcast can be reached via the website

“Financial literacy is woefully lacking in this country,” said Belinda Blair, VP of Marketing for Center Parc Credit Union. “The best solution is to reach people right when they begin to develop a financial identity, and for most people, that starts as early as the high school years. By reaching young people through a medium they enjoy using – podcasts – we hope to help them understand financial issues like credit, debt and savings.”

Visitors to the website can choose from a wide array of podcast topics. Some sample titles are “So Many Ways to Pay (AKA How to Buy Stuff),” “Can I Get a Credit Card?,” and “Three Steps to Buying Your First Car.” The educational outreach is in keeping with Center Parc’s commitment to community engagement and improvement. The financial institution’s most high-profile community involvement is through its support of community gardens throughout the Chatham County area, but the service commitment does not stop there.

Center Parc Credit Union is a division of APCU, the oldest credit union in the state of Georgia. In September 2020 two new Center Parc Credit Union locations opened in the Savannah area: at the Pooler Walmart, 160 Pooler Parkway, and the Savannah Walmart, 6000 Ogeechee Road. The company is also planning to open a free-standing flagship branch in Savannah in 2022. An ongoing community gardens program was launched in August 2020. The member-owned, not-for-profit financial cooperative is dedicated to helping hardworking people save money and prosper. Each member’s funds are insured for up to $250,000 by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA). For more information, call 800-849-8431, email or visit online at

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