Credit Union Blog

New slate of students selected to run The Branch at Greenville High for the 2019-2020 school year.

May 16th, 2019 by Catherine James

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The credit union has selected three returning students and six new students to work alongside Business/Finance teacher, Alice Prince, at The Branch at Greenville High School for the 2019/2020 school year. The students and their teacher will train at our facilities this summer with a mix of classroom and on the job training in the branches. At the completion of the summer-long training, students will be capable of not only handling cash and opening new accounts, but also implementing growth strategies through a marketing plan developed by the students.

Students working within The Branch at Greenville High are selected through a strict application, teacher recommendation, and interview process in the spring, for the following school year. Students from each grade level are considered for positions. The program is an honors level course within the Business Magnet program at Greenville High School.

The Branch at Greenville High is closed during the summer, but will resume operations when the new school year begins. The Branch serves students, faculty and staff within the school during both lunch shifts and receives operational support from a dedicated team of credit union employees. 

Learn more about The Branch at Greenville High here.