Visions Federal Credit Union is now accepting applications for its Financial Wellness Bootcamp Contest.
This unique contest provides Visions members with the opportunity to improve their personal finances while earning a chance to win $10,000. Applications will be reviewed by an internal panel of employees, and a total of four members will be selected to participate in the program.
Once in the program, they will start a nine-month, guided curriculum to help them reach their financial goals and one lucky participant will receive the grand prize. Contestants will meet monthly with a designated branch coach, engage with financial wellness resources, and even create monthly video diaries to track their progress.
“We hear stories every day from our members and employees like, ‘Oh man, I didn’t know that was possible,’” said Ty Muse, Visions’ President/CEO. “This program is designed to highlight what’s possible when someone creates a goal, works hard for it, and does it alongside a financial partner who truly cares for them. Winning $10,000 is great, but what we’re really trying to do here is inspire and teach people how to manage their finances in a long-term, sustainable manner.”
Applications are open through April 30, online only at visionsfinancialwellnessbootcamp.com.
What is it?
The Financial Wellness Bootcamp is a contest for members looking to improve their unique, and personal, financial position. Upon successful completion, the winner will receive $10,000.
How many members will be selected?
There will be (4) members selected from the applicants with (1) $10,000 winner.
Where can they apply?
Applications are only accepted at www.visionsfinancialwellnessbootcamp.com.
When can applications be submitted?
When will the members be selected?
June 4, with the contest starting June 7.
When does the contest end?
February 28, 2022.
Who is a good candidate?
- Someone looking to repair their damaged credit score
- Someone trying to buy their first home
- Someone hoping to become debt free
- Someone struggling with student loans
- Someone with little to no savings