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  • Following some recent Android updates, some members may have difficulty accessing the Gesa Mobile Banking app on their Android devices. We are aware of the issue, and our team is actively working to get the app back up and running as soon as possible. In the meantime, we recommend using Digital Banking from your web browser to access your accounts. Thank you for your patience and for being a member of Gesa Credit Union.

Simulations

Free Member Simulations

Simulations and experiential learning programs are a powerful expression of Gesa’s commitment to education and making a positive impact in our communities. They are open to members and non-members, schools, faith-based groups, civic clubs, local businesses, and community organizations. Simulations are more engaging and beneficial than a standard classroom setting because of the environment created during the session. Each session is focused on creating a “day in the life” of someone making financial decisions.

Life Simulations

According to 2018 data from the state Office of Financial Management, over 10% of Washingtonians live in poverty. It can be difficult for those who are financially secure to truly understand the situations, decisions, fears, and frustrations that low-income families experience every day. We invite you to walk a mile in their shoes by participating in this real-life community experience.

Attend a free life simulation to:

  • Make day-to-day decisions through this powerful, role-playing activity.
  • Understand the life circumstances that impact your customers and employees.
  • Discuss the challenges that poverty presents and how your organization can work for positive change in your community.

Are you interested in hosting a simulation at your business, organization, or community group? Life Simulations include: 

  • Free 2-hour training
  • Minimum of 40 participants and a maximum of 90 participants per session
  • Host at your location anywhere in Washington State or at United Way in Kennewick, WA

Retirement Fair

In this experiential learning simulation participants visit seven lifestyle booths with themes such as gifts and charitable giving, travel and leisure, and housing. At each booth, participants answer a series of questions and assess how much they will likely spend on that aspect of their lifestyle. After visiting each booth, participants will learn how to connect their lifestyle choices to their retirement savings. This simulation takes approximately 60 minutes to complete and is designed to prompt participants to help assess and save for their ideal retirement lifestyle and “Retire on Track”.

Request a Simulation

To inquire on how to host a simulation for your group, please fill out the form below and we will follow up with you shortly.