Branches will be CLOSED at noon on Friday, April 19 to observe Good Friday.
The teachers banded together to form a financial institution of their own – a credit union – with just $99.25 and an office at St. Petersburg Junior College. Unlike a bank, credit unions are not-for-profit and owned by the members they serve, so the institution was appropriately named the Pinellas County Teachers Credit Union in 1950.
Eventually, membership grew far beyond teachers, so the name was changed to Achieva Credit Union to reflect how its members come from all walks of life. Achieva developed a full suite of services, too, including mortgages, credit cards, auto loans, financial planning and business banking and lending solutions.
Today, Achieva serves more than 160,000 members with 26 branches throughout 15 counties in west-central Florida. Our membership is always growing, and we’d like you to be part of our story.
Join Achieva to be a part of something GOOD.
(*Source: Achieva Credit Union annual report)
Our Board of Directors is made up of Achieva members, all unpaid volunteers who look out for the best interests of their fellow members.