Caisse Desjardins de Rimouski is pleased to introduce its youth advisors, Isabelle Néron and Lucie Levasseur.
With the support of the personal finance team, they help youth:
They're great listeners and in a great position to help young people figure out what they need. Don’t hesitate to make an appointment with Isabelle or Lucie!
We care about education and youth.
If you’re between 16 and 25 and you have questions about your finances, the Personal Finance: I’m in Charge! Program® is just what you need. Community partners and schools have worked with us to set up free, 2-hour group workshops.
Our scholarship program is a direct result of our involvement in the community and serves to promote education and keep kids in school. We have an ongoing commitment to supporting the next generation.
If you’re enrolled in a vocational program, CEGEP or university, the Desjardins Foundation knows that you need to focus on your studies and not worry about finances. This is why, every year, we offer hundreds of scholarships to post-secondary students.
If you want to have some fun while learning about money management, check out the section for high-school students.
If you’re enrolled in a vocational program, CEGEP or university, check out some products and services designed especially for you.
We want to instill good savings habits in elementary school students so they grow into financial responsible adults. This is why Caisse de Rimouski is an active supporter of the school caisse program in the following schools:
School caisse accounts are free, with no minimum deposit requirements
Your caisse donated $150,000 to the Fondation de l’Université du Québec à Rimouski for the purchase of a 3D metal printer.