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Credit Union Opens at IKE

Eisenhower is proud to operate the only campus credit union in the Yakima area. Gesa has 9 campus branches all in the Tri-Cities and Walla Walla. The newest campus branch at Eisenhower High School offers students hands-on and real life financial industry experience. Students and staff are able to perform basic transactions at the school during lunch. The branch is operated through Eisenhower’s Marketing DECA program. Gesa provides an educational specialist to support students and train them to work in the branch. A campus branch manager oversees the daily operations. Students learn the roles and responsibilities of a Gesa teller including professionalism, courtesy, and confidentiality.

Eisenhower students involved in the credit union, from left to right: Erika Hernandez, Joaquin Grajales, Leslie Tinajero, Hector Deleon-Ceja, and Robert, Sandra Romero.


For more information, please contact Jno Hinson at 573-2848.


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