To qualify as an NYIB reportable presentation, the classroom or youth activity must be conducted to a group of students or youth audience aged 22 and under.
Check out the Reporting FAQ for details on qualifying presentations and why it’s important to report.
- Presentations are defined as a structured (formal) presentation to a group of young people, not as a “conversation” with three students about financial issues or credit union services
- Presentations can be conducted in a broad range of educational settings, including a traditional classroom, scout troop meeting, church group, community group, etc.
- Qualifying presentations can be made by credit union employees, league employees and/or credit union volunteers. All presentations are reported and recorded individually.
- Presentations that promote a specific credit union or credit union service, such as youth savings club or teen programs are important, but do not qualify. In addition, visits to schools to pick-up deposits for credit union/savings programs or operations of student branches do not qualify.
NYIB Reporting Year: The NYIB reporting year runs from July 1st through June 30th of the following year. This is set to coincide with a typical school year and with the NYIB Annual Meeting and Conference held each summer. Presentations can be reported at any time throughout the above-identified school year.