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Young & Free Michigan Spokester

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This July, Young & Free Michigan wants to utilize every moment as a chance to be kind to another person. Each day we’re given the opportunity to have an impact on someone else’s life and whether that moment is big or small, it can make all the difference!

Generation Y has been given the stereotype of being selfish and inconsiderate—but we’re not. We care for each other and we help where we can because we understand that everyone could use a Random Act of Kindness (RAK).

With RAK we can brighten the world, a step at a time. It all starts with one Random Act of Kindness. And the more acts of kindness we demonstrate, the less random they will be and more like a lifestyle they will become.

In the words of Gandhi,

“Be the change
you want to see
in the world.”

Join me in the movement—
let’s RAK this world!

Get money smart with Michigan First

“Finance isn’t meant to be some difficult scary word. Banking shouldn’t be something that makes us want to turn around and run. As a young adult, I understand life can’t be taken too seriously. We're meant to have fun and enjoy ourselves and in a way that's financially responsible. Michigan First makes banking simple and easy, so we don’t have to worry about the financial mumbo-jumbo and we can understand our financial situation with convenience. With this, we can focus on what’s really important to us and be in control of our own financial situation. Life’s short; we shouldn’t have to spend time jumping through hoops to understand banking and Michigan First doesn’t make us.”


– Vicky Goldwater, Young & Free Michigan Spokester

Understanding how to manage and grow your money is a fundamental skill that most young people are missing. Unfortunately, personal finance is just not taught in many schools. Fortunately, we've got you covered with practical tips to get a handle on your money.

Living Young & Free Field Guide

It’s a jungle out there!

You wouldn’t travel to a foreign country without checking a few things out first, would you? Maybe check out some online sources or take a travel book out of the library? Likewise, you shouldn’t head out into the wild world of finance until you’ve done a little background research. 

Living Young & Free Show 

Money tips, tricks and hacks!

Published every two weeks on our blog, the Living Young & Free Show is a collaborative effort between all of the active Young & Free Spokesters. Each episode is under five minutes and is packed with useful topics and tips.

The latest episode

A network of advocates

 Seven of the Young & Free Spokesters recently got together in Nashville, Tennessee

Seven of the Young & Free Spokesters recently got together in Nashville, Tennessee

To date, 31 creative, outgoing and Internet-savvy young people from around North America have held the coveted dream job of Young & Free Spokester. Each has brought their own unique style to the position and each has had a significant impact at their credit union and in their community.

What does this mean to you? It means that 31 people have spent a ton of time researching, writing and creating blog posts and videos about financial stuff that matters to you! Take some time and explore the entire Young & Free network.

Hi, I’m Ebeth, the voice of the 25-and-under crowd

  Ebeth Fielder  Young & Free Michigan Spokester

Ebeth Fielder
Young & Free Michigan Spokester

I help you make sense of banking and money. I also write and make videos about fun stuff and pop culture. I am 22, live in Dearborn and I am the Young & Free Michigan Spokester representing Michigan First Credit Union. If you are a 17- to 25-year-old Michigander, I am your voice.

Latest blog post

#WeddingWednesday | Renting Your Dress

Happy #WeddingWednesday Peeps! On this week's #WeddingWednesday we will be discussing the pros and cons of renting a wedding dress. 

We’re here to help you

At Michigan First, our history is rich in education since we originally started as Detroit Teacher’s Credit Union back in 1926. We’ve never lost our focus on helping the metro area’s youth succeed and helping people in all stages of life prepare for future challenges and enjoy the rewards. We are committed to providing excellent and convenient service, especially with electronic services like online and mobile banking, and know that by helping people make informed and accurate decisions, we help build a brighter future for generations to come. Michigan First is proud to serve nearly 90,000 people and businesses in southeastern Michigan with a complete range of affordable financial services. We’d love to get to know you too!

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