Youth Programs

Young & Free Michigan

Young and Free Michigan

Young people today are the future leaders of tomorrow. That’s why we have Young & Free Michigan, a program dedicated to the 17-25 crowd. Young & Free Michigan helps young adults get financially savvy as they gain their independence.  With fun blogs, videos, contests and a special First Gear account  catered toward young people, Young & Free Michigan is a great resource to help get your finances in check. Visit YoungFreeMichigan.com to learn more and follow our current spokester, Shanacee Shreve.

MoneyTeen

MoneyTeen

Teenagers between the ages of 13-17 can sign up for a checking account and receive our MoneyTeens newsletter featuring financial tips teenagers can appreciate. Account details here.

MoneyKids and Baxter
MoneyKids

Children 12 and under who open accounts at Michigan First get a special kids’ newsletter that teaches the basics of saving money. Check out our accounts.

Student Branches

Michigan First partners with several local school districts and academies to provide deposit transactions in student-run branches at the following locations:

Elementary & K-8

Middle School

High School

Adler Elementary
Birney (K-8)
Brace-Lederle School (K-8)
Crescent Academy Elementary
David Ellis Academy (K-8 Detroit)
David Ellis Academy West (K-8 Redford)
Great Oaks Academy (K-8)
Laurus Academy
MacArthur Academy (K-8)
McIntyre Elementary
Schulze Elementary
Stevenson Elementary
Thompson (K-8)
University Prep Elementary – Ellen Thompson
University Prep Elementary – Mark Murray
University Preparatory Science and Math Elementary
Washington-Parks Academy (K-8)
Vandenberg Elementary
University Preparatory Academy
University Preparatory Science and Math
Levey Middle School
Lake Shore High School
Southfield Arts and Technology High School
Southfield Regional Academic Campus
Southfield University Academy
South Lake High School
University Prep Academy