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Austin is a financial educator and employee at Ideal CU. Also, a college student at Minnesota State University, Mankato and involved with several on-campus organization. He started as a Student Representative at Ideal CU’s Tartan branch when the credit union first opened. Now he has been working at Ideal CU for more than 4 years as a Teller and Member Service Representative at all of the different office locations. Austin has a passion for business and he aspires to become a Chief Financial Officer and entrepreneur. During his free time, he loves to travel and spend time in the great outdoors camping or go on the lake whenever possible!


 

The Perks of Resume Builders

Constantly at school I hear about potential employers and faculty explaining just how important resume builders are during the college years. So during my freshman year I decided to check it out and see what exactly is out there; and explore the benefits for students.

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Thinking about being an entrepreneur?

Thinking about being an entrepreneur?

This year at MSU, Mankato I signed up to participate in the Integrated Business Experience (IBE) in the College of Business. It is an exclusive program where a limited number of students are selected by faculty to launch and operate their own business and have it count towards college credits. It’s a unique program Mankato offers and that is recognized nationwide as a fabulous course for students to learn what it is like to own their own business. From which, I’ve learned several tips that may prove beneficial to your business ideas.

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Advice that can help you land the job of your dreams

Are you currently hunting for your dream job? You and millions of others are not alone! Applying for a new job may be an exciting and nerve-wrecking experience; so there are a few things to learn that might help you earn that dream job.

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No Text Message is Worth a Life

No Text Message is Worth a Life

Distracted driving causes thousands of preventable injuries and traffic deaths every year in America. And we are asking for your help to make a difference.

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Textbook prices emptying your wallet?

Have you ever gone to purchase textbooks for yourself or a student and thought, “Is there a more affordable solution?” Because I was wondering about that same thing and found some valuable resources that many students have available to them, but are unaware about.

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The rewards of volunteering

The rewards of volunteering

Volunteer work is one of the most satisfying things you can do in life. I can guarantee that if you look around, there are countless opportunities for you to help others or you community.   It’s also one of my personal favorite activities to engage in!

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How much are you spending on fast food?

Have you ever experienced that moment right after work when you feel exhausted, stressed or hungry, and while driving home you decide to stop by a drive-thru? Or it’s early in the morning and you need a pick-me-up so you stop by the local coffee shop to get some caffeine? Although they may seem like impulse or infrequent purchases, it’s amazing to see how fast and how much money you might spend over a year!

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How being in control of your credit can save you thousands

Credit and credit scores is one of those areas many people ignore or don’t think about until it is too late. Several of my peers will tell me about credit card debt they have accumulated in college, but what many of them don’t know is exactly how much that hurts you and any co-signer’s credit in the long run. For parents or guardians who co-sign on their student’s credit cards or loans, or students who currently have credit, it’s tremendously important to know the following facts.

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2018 Holiday Hours


New Year's Day
Monday, January 1st
All locations closed.


Martin Luther King Jr Day
Monday, January 15th
All locations closed.


Presidents' Day
Monday, February 19th
All locations closed.


Good Friday
Friday, March 30th
All locations open regular business hours
Lobby - 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Drive-thru - 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.


Memorial Day
Monday, May 28th
All locations closed.


Independence Day
Wednesday, July 4th
All locations closed.


Labor Day
Monday, September 3rd
All locations closed.


Columbus Day
Monday, October 8th
All locations closed.


Veterans Day
Monday, November 12th
All locations closed


Thanksgiving Day
Thursday, November 22nd
All locations closed.


Day after Thanksgiving
All locations are open regular business hours
Lobby - 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Drive-thru - 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.


Christmas Eve
Monday, December 24th
All locations open regular business hours
Lobby - 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Drive-thru - 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.


Christmas Day
Tuesday, December 25th
All locations closed.


New Year's Eve
Monday, December 31
All locations open regular business hours
Lobby - 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Drive-thru - 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.


New Years Day
Tuesday, January 1st
All locations closed