Are you a Young Professional?  Do you want to be a part of the advocacy efforts for credit unions?  Then you could be the next Crasher! A Crasher is a credit union young professional from each state that is chosen to participate in the Crash program during the Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC), February 26 – March 2, 2017 in Washington, D.C.  The GAC is the premier credit union advocacy event!  It is a four day conference that includes national speakers, breakout sessions, and several events hosted by the Nebraska Credit Union League.  Most importantly, the League organizes Hill Visits with each member of our Nebraska Congressional Delegation to discuss legislative and regulatory issues important to credit unions.

The Cooperative Trust, the Filene Research Institute, the Credit Union National Association (CUNA), and each Credit Union League are joining forces in an attempt to get 1 crasher from each state and the District of Columbia represented at this year’s GAC.  There will also be a ‘wildcard’ spot for a 52nd Crasher to come too.  If chosen to be a Crasher, CUNA covers the conference registration cost of each Crasher and the Nebraska Credit Union League covers the cost of the hotel and airfare for Nebraska’s selected Crasher.  Click here and follow the instructions to submit your application today!  Applications are due by November 23rd! 

Still not sure about the event and becoming a Crasher?  Check out what Steele Davidson, from Trius Federal Credit Union in Kearney, had to say about his CRASH experience!

2017 Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC)

The 2017 Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC) is February 26th – March 2nd, 2017 and it’s going to be an event that you don’t want to miss!  Join thousands of credit union leaders to stand together and send a united message that more than 100 million members matter.  You’ll get to meet face-to-face with representatives and discuss important issues that impact constituents’ financial lives.  Click here to register for the GAC today! Also scholarships and assistance may be available from your state league or association, please contact Brandon at for scholarship opportunities.








NCUL Peer-to-Peer Sessions

The Nebraska Credit Union League is pleased to announce a new education and networking initiative. Credit union professionals and volunteers are encouraged to join their peers at upcoming NCUL Peer-to-Peer (P2P) meetings. P2Ps include time for personal introduction, lunch, and discussion. These P2P events are meant to compliment both the distant and in-person learning opportunities already provided by the League. P2P sessions will take place throughout the year, across the state. Topics, time, dates and locations will vary. Please check the League calendar frequently for a list of updated sessions as well as other League sponsored education events.


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Want to get involved in something and make a difference? Join one of our Committees. Help us create events, workshops, and opportunities you’ve been wanting! We are looking for lots of Committee members from credit unions all over Nebraska. Don’t miss out on the fun and opportunities! Click here to see different committees. Contact us today at


Upcoming Events

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