Not only does CP Federal provide financial literacy programs to our youth members and educational partners, we also like to help give back in the form of scholarships, grants, volunteering at school events and more.
For our members that are graduating high school seniors, we offer a scholarship that is not based on merit but rather how students respond to a topic using an essay format or video format. Applicants that provide the best response, receive funds that can be applied towards tuition or used to cover additional costs such as textbooks, technology or decorating the dorm room.
Thank you, and good luck to all of our 2018 scholarship applicants! Stay tuned as we will list the winners here.
The 2019 scholarship application will become available in late summer. More details to come.
Partners in Education Mini Grants
We are delighted to announce the recipients of our 2018 mini grant awards. Congratulations to the following schools:
- $1,017.54 was awarded toward the creation of a S.T.E.A.M. robotics club for Bean, Warner and Parma Elementary.
$967.52 was awarded to Northwest Early Elementary to purchase new headphones for their Technology for Young Minds program.
$659.34 was granted to fund the financial literacy curriculum for seventh graders at Western Middle School.
$499.50 was awarded to Northwest Early Elementary to bring Michigan author, Clay Boura to the school to present idioms to second graders. He will discuss idioms, read his books and have the students draw their own “Beamer”, a character from one of his books.
The 2019 mini grant application will become available in late summer. More details to come.
Educational Sponsorship Requests
Our educational sponsorship program is a great resources for schools, teachers and school organizations that are seeking prizes or smaller cash donations. CP can also provide activities and games for school events. To learn more about how our financial education program can help you at your next event, please complete an educational sponsorship request.