Students from Chelsea High School representing Metro Credit Union earned the third place award in the Marketing Competition as well as in the Product Development Competition at the recent Massachusetts School Bank Association Spring Conference. Student teams from 24 financial institutions competed at the Spring Conference, which was held at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
The annual MSBA Conference features a competition at which student representatives, hosted by partnering banks and credit unions, compete on such topics as credit, banking trivia, marketing and the Federal Reserve System. Metro Credit Union sponsors full-service branches in the Chelsea High School and the Peabody Veterans Memorial High School. The Peabody High School team participated in the competition as well, and took home first place in the Marketing Competition and second place in the Banking Bowl Trivia Competition.
“It was a great day for the students and we are very proud of their achievements,” stated Robert M. Cashman, President and CEO of Metro. “Metro’s in-school banking program is a unique opportunity for us to reach out to students in the community and provide a hands-on banking experience. We hope this will spark an interest in pursing a career in financial services after the students graduate.” Mr. Cashman added.
About Metro Credit Union
Metro Credit Union is one of the largest credit unions in Massachusetts with over $800 million in assets, and serves over 120,000 members. Established in 1926 and based in Chelsea, Metro offers superior service and a full range of financial products, including investment and insurance offerings, for consumers and businesses in eastern Massachusetts. Metro is also a leader in workplace banking, serving over 1,800 companies throughout the state.