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Josiah Hicks (Bowie, MD), a senior at Chesapeake Math & IT Academy North High School, will attend Morgan State University in the fall to study Entrepreneurship.

Suitland student Adefunsho “Ashley” Adeyemi (District Heights, MD) will study Anthropology at Sewanee: University of the South.

A'Nya Vest (Upper Marlboro, MD) attends Trinity Washington University (Upper Marlboro, MD) and will use her award to continue to study Health Services.

Ava Garland, a Business Administration major at the University of Michigan, will also use scholarship monies to complete her studies.


Each year we salute the commitment and dedication of two of our long-standing credit union legends, Virginia Stallings and Cindy Prestandrea with our scholarship program.

This year we expanded our scholarship program by awarding (4) $2,500 scholarships to members that were:

  • Graduating from high school.
  • Enrolled in an undergraduate program at an accredited institution of higher learning.
  • Enrolled in a graduate program at an accredited institution of higher learning.
  • Were accepted to an accredited trade or vocational school.

Applicants were required to complete an application outlining their academic history, community involvement, and a newly required video essay response for a chance to win.

The 2025 Scholarship Announcement will be made in Winter 2024. To receive an alert about the scholarship, sign up here.

Keeping You in the Know

  • Emergency Funds
  • 50/30/20 Rule
  • Meet Your 401(k)

Emergency Funds

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One of the most effective tools for preventing a large-scale financial disaster is an emergency fund…

Learn about Emergency Funds

50/30/20 Rule

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The 50/30/20 rule is a simple, practical rule of thumb for individuals who want a budget that is easy, yet effective, to implement…

How to Set Your New Budget

Meet Your 401(k)

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Even if you’re just starting your first real job—actually, especially if you’re just starting your first real job—it’s time to start thinking about retiring…

How to Plan for Retirement

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