Today's teens and young adults need to be financially savvy. SDCCU is here to help teens learn about money management and financial planning with TeenFIRST®, our special bank accounts for teenagers. Many teens have part-time jobs and are beginning to understand the value of money. This is a good time to learn how to manage a savings account, checking account, ATM or debit card and to plan ahead for major expenses, such as a first car loan or college education.
Our TeenFIRST bank accounts were designed to give teenagers valuable money management skills today that help them manage their finances in the future.
Access your account using an ATM card, Visa® debit card or checks.
Learn more about managing your money at Teens & Money
Member must be 16 or 17 years old and have valid ID in order to take advantage of products and services offered in the teenFIRST program. Parent or guardian must be Joint Owner on the account until the teen reaches the age of 18. Teen will be the primary member on the account. Once member has reached the age of 18, member will be able to take advantage of SDCCU’s full line of products and services.
¹Once member turns 18, the teenFIRST checking account automatically converts to a FREE Checking with eStatements account and is free when enrolled in eStatements. Otherwise, a nominal monthly fee of $2 applies.