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Money Matters

Money Matters is a series of specialized workshops focusing on various financial topics. Sign up for one workshop or take them all.

Money Matters workshops take place monthly on select Saturdays 10:00am -12:00pm. Fee is $5 for Alternatives Federal Credit Union members, $10 for non-members. Email Brendan Wilbur at least 48 hours in advance to register or call (607) 216-3445. 

Check back for our 2017 class schedule.


Alternatives’ Community Programs are supported in part by Alternatives Impact, the 501(c)3 affiliate of Alternatives, which raises funds from government, foundation, corporate, and individual donors. To make a gift or for additional information, please visit
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Belle Sherman Elementary School Students

On a Tuesday afternoon, students in the Cornell Cooperative Extension's directed SIFE (Students with Interrupted Formal Education) program at Belle Sherman Elementary can be found hard at work learning about money and getting hands-on banking experience depositing money into their Student Credit Union accounts at Alternatives. The students, all refugees from Burma, range in age from 2nd to 5th grade. more»


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