Today, we have some seriously amazing news for you and I hope you have your party hats on because you are NOT going to want to miss this!
We are ever so delighted to announce that The Cooperative Trust, CUNA and your state leagues/associations are joining forces to launch the search for our Crashers for the CUNA GAC 2014!
This year, we are attempting to get 1 crasher from each state and the District of Columbia represented at this year’s GAC. That’s right, 51 Crashers in D.C. Applications are now open, click here to go and fill one out!
Applications close on December 17th 2013.
Every Crasher will receive a full conference registration from CUNA. If the chosen Crasher’s credit union can’t cover all of their travel expenses their league may be providing some funding to help too! More details about available sponsorship can be found on the Crash the GAC site.
With more Crashers than ever before, a deeper dive into the world of credit union advocacy, and support from state leagues, Crash the GAC is going to help arm our young professionals with ideas to stay involved when they return home.
Crash the GAC will bring young credit union professionals together, running a tailored program alongside the main event and allowing for mentor sessions with key individuals from the likes of National Credit Union Foundation, Credit Union National Association, National Credit Union Administration, Filene Research Institute and CUNA Mutual Group.
We also got a cool little quote from Jill Tomalin, EVP and COO of Credit Union National Association:
I believe we need to develop next generation leaders to grow, promote and sustain the credit union movement. The CUNA GAC is the premier, annual, must-attend program for engaged credit union staff. We look forward to working with The Cooperative Trust to expand the presence of young professionals in the 2014 Crash the GAC.
Head over to www.crashthegac.com right now to find out more and complete an application form.
Seriously, why have you not gone to www.crashthegac.com yet?
REALLY?! You’ve still not clicked and visited? You really need to hurry up!
Good luck with your application. If you have any questions, email us at: email@example.com