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First Harvest Credit Union Helps High School Students Prepare For Careers In Banking

First Harvest Credit Union is offering 15 high school students a presentation on the role of credit unions in financial services, visits with various departments at First Harvest, and a discussion of the career opportunities offered by credit unions. First Harvest Credit Union’s presentation is a component of the Future Bankers Camp, a two-week session offered to high school students who are interested in banking and financial services.

Presented in cooperation with Miami Dade College’s School of Business, the Future Bankers Camp gives high-achieving students from Camden, New Jersey, an opportunity to explore careers in financial services, while enhancing their math, communication, and financial literacy skills. Daniel Sulpizio, First Harvest’s Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, serves on the Futures Bankers Camp committee with Miami Dade College to coordinate local Futures Bankers Camp activities.

“The Future Bankers Camp is an effective way for First Harvest Credit Union to help young people reach their professional and financial goals,” said Sulpizio. “We’re excited to help these dedicated students learn about the benefits of credit unions, as well as the employment opportunities offered by First Harvest and other credit unions.”