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P.O. Box 51770 | Bowling Green, KY 42102-6770 | (800) 759-8500 | ABA Routing Number: 283978357

Young Saver Programs

It’s never too early to teach your child how to save and spend responsibly. One of the best ways to promote good financial habits at a young age is to open a savings account at Service One Credit Union and establish a regular savings plan. As always, Young Savers who make a deposit to their account can choose a prize from our treasure chest!

Teen Checking

As a young adult, you’re entering a very important stage of your life. You’ll soon be getting your first car, first job, or starting your first day of college.

With these big steps come checking accounts, debit cards, student loans, and car loans. Now is the time to place your financial foot in the right direction, and Service One Credit Union can help!

Service One Credit Union has a special Teen Checking account that will help you get on the right financial path. With this account you will enjoy:

  • Free Debit Card
  • One Free “Oops” overdraft refund
  • Free Mobile App
  • Complimentary Box of Checks
  • FREE Guide to Money Booklet

Interested in opening a Teen Checking account? Apply online today!
New Account Application

Newspapers in Education

Service One is a proud supporter of the Newspapers in Education Program and Kids Scoop. Each year Service One sponsors a classroom to receive the newspapers for use as an educational tool. Service One associates visit with the students to discuss Young Saver accounts at the credit union and the difference between credit unions and banks.

Newspapers in Education is a cooperative effort to promote the use of newspapers as an educational resource. The basic concept is to offer teachers current materials and training in the many ways to use the newspaper in the classroom.

Junior Achievement Classes

Service One is a supporter of the Junior Achievement program, with multiple Service One associates teaching local classrooms about financial literacy.

Junior Achievement is volunteer-delivered, kindergarten-12th grade programs that foster work-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills, and use experiential learning to inspire students to dream big and reach their potential. With the help of volunteers, JA students develop the skills they need to experience the realities and opportunities of work and entrepreneurship in the 21st-century global marketplace.

Bowling Green Chamber Business and Education Program Member

Service One sponsors Richardsville Elementary School.