Student Programs

Giving Young People a Head Start

Libro Credit Union's youth programs supports young leaders who demonstrate outstanding commitment to their community, while balancing academic success Libro is pleased to offer the following programs to the youth of southwestern Ontario:


Co-op Young Leaders

Co-operative Young Leaders is a week long summer leadership program that will change your life. Young people will experience traditional camp activities while improving team building skills and learning about the co-operative principles. CYL is an experience that goes beyond camp.

About CYL

  • Attend one week of camp in July
  • Aged 14 - 18
  • Is presently a Libro Owner
  • Looking for opportunities to get involved in your community
  • Learn more about CYL

Applications Closed

Applications for Co-operative Young Leaders are now closed.

Libro Student Awards Program

Libro’s student award program supports youth who demonstrate outstanding commitment to the community while balancing academic success. Libro recognizes that by supporting these young leaders everyone wins.

About Student Awards

  • Receive a $2000 award
  • Aged 17 - 25
  • Enrolled full time in a Canadian post-secondary education program
  • Has an academic average >67%
  • Is a resident of southwestern Ontario or a Libro Owner

Applications Closed

Please note that applications for the Libro Student Awards Program are now closed.

2017 Libro Student Award Winners


It’s a Money Thing

When you’re 17-25 managing your money can be tough! You’re balancing everyday expenses while thinking about your financial future. It’s a Money Thing resources can help you make sense of your money now that you've outgrown your piggy bank.

Meet a few of our 2016 Libro Student Award recipients:


I feel happier when I know that I have improved someone else's life in some way.

Maddie Shiell

I founded the non-profit organization 'Women in Science' in 2014 where, through workshops, conferences and speaker events, women and their supporters could share experiences and mentor each other.

Flora Jung

I am heavily involved in the agriculture community, and I’m excited to see what other leadership positions I can take on that will make an impact on more than just my own future.

Dennis Catt