Just about anyone can bank at Arlington Community FCU. You’re eligible to join if:
ACFCU has an exciting new way for you to become a member if you live outside of our field of membership! We have partnered with the Student Conservation Association (SCA), a nonprofit passionate about conservation and workforce development in communities across the country. If you become a member of the SCA, you will be eligible for ACFCU membership, and we’ll pay your $5 SCA membership fee on your behalf!
ACFCU is committed to workforce development and through partnerships with the Student Conservation Association, Arlington County Public Schools, and nonprofits in our field of membership, we’re creating a vibrant and talented workforce, together. We appreciate your membership and are excited for you to learn more!
*Your name and email will be provided to SCA and you will receive a short series of welcome emails, but we’ve opted you out of subsequent communications.*
In order to become a member, the business must be located in our field of membership: Arlington County, City of Alexandria, City of Falls Church, or Fairfax County.
Two alternative ways your business can qualify:
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