Martha's Vineyard Bank has actively supported teaching a "good savings habit" since the 1950's when a classroom teacher would collect student's money weekly at school, and bring their classrooms deposits to the Bank. Since the 1990's the Bank has provided a School Bank Day at school for a more hands on approach first on the computer, and then on the internet. Here are strategies to help youth achieve financial capability.
Teach Children to Save Day (TCTSD) is celebrated every year. Through TCTSD the American Bankers Association encourages bankers across the country to visit classrooms in their local schools to teach students about the value of saving. For years Martha's Vineyard Bank has been a proud participant of TCTSD by visiting schools in grades 5 through 7 to teach local youth about money, savings and finance.
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Martha's Vineyard Bank is proud to announce the hiring of John Smith. Bill brings to the table...