Louis Community Credit Union, in conjunction with the City of St. Louis, is launching a unique lending partnership called the Sure Rides. This initiative is designed to help qualified clients of select workforce development agencies get to work by giving them access to affordable car loans.
Oftentimes, people may have the capacity and skill to work, but cannot get to a job regularly because they don't own a car. Louis Community Credit Union will join forces with St. Louis Agency on Training and Employment (SLATE, the City of St. Louis' job training agency), Family and Workforce Centers of America (FWCA), Employment Connection and the Urban League to bridge this gap by creating pathways out of poverty through stable employment. Long- term unemployment and diminished personal credit can prevent many people from obtaining car loans. This creates a losing situation for both employees and employers, thus dragging down our regional economy. But, one of them is a lack of access to good paying jobs.
Many people who are willing to work hard do not live near good jobs, and do not own a car. So, while we always encourage everyone to use public transportation, the truth is, some folks spend as much time commuting to their job as doing the actual work itself. Louis Community Credit Union. Louis Community Credit Union is choosing to put the consumer first by becoming part of the solution and helping as many people as possible. Louis Community Credit Union has the ability to receive grants and create outreach programs that actively serve the community.
Louis Community Credit Union to participate in making auto loans to qualified low- income borrowers. Louis area residents have the opportunity to access affordable financing options to help make their career goals a reality. Louis Community Credit Union is helping our residents gain access to reliable transportation, which is a good step toward upward mobility – better job opportunities and financial stability. Louis Community's designated workforce partners (SLATE, FWCA, Employment Connection or the Urban League)Have a working phone number. Present proof of income (recent paystub or job award letter)Provide a listing of monthly obligations. Provide two months of bank and/or credit union statements and a recent utility or cell phone bill in the borrower's name. Not have had a repossession in the past 1.
Carry full coverage insurance (comprehensive and collision) beginning at loan closing. Live or work in St. Louis City and County or in St. Clair, Madison, Monroe and Jersey Counties in Illinois. Have a valid driver's license.
Provide two character references. St. Louis Community Credit Union is a full- service financial institution that primarily serves low- to- moderate income individuals living in and around the region's urban areas. As part of its overall giveback to the community, the Credit Union offers a holistic approach to financial capability by providing credit building products, second- chance checking accounts, a payday loan alternative and hands- on financial education that helps disenfranchised consumers. St. Louis Community Credit Union has 1. Three of those locations are embedded within social service agencies, thus meeting consumers where they are (MET Center – Wellston, Grace Hill – Water Tower and Kingdom House – near downtown). For more information on the Sure Rides.
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A program for St. Louis County, Missouri students demonstrating exceptional leadership potential through their involvement with academics, school activities, and volunteer work.
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Students selected are college or technological school bound. This program provides students with hands- on opportunities to broaden their horizons beyond the classroom. The “heart” of the program is the high school and youth component that places approximately 2. The curriculum introduces, fosters and develops leadership skills through involving students in issues that face the community.
At the completion of the program, the students return to their respective schools equipped to campaign for school offices, manage school projects and assume leadership positions. The selected students take one day every other month to visit and explore key sites and locations and meet leaders throughout the metropolitan area. The program exposes the students to the institutions that make our community vital and effective in meeting the needs of its citizens. Examples include a visit to the St. Louis County Executive’s Office, the St. Louis Mayor’s Office, the St. Louis Post- Dispatch, the St.
Louis County Police Department, and the State Capitol in Jefferson City, Missouri. During the months when site visits do not take place, students must work with their teachers on an activity. Student must provide their own transportation to and from SSD Central Office.