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WANTED: Oklahoma YPs for Crash the GAC 2016
Wednesday, October 21, 2015 6:20 AM

CUNA GAC

Applications from young credit union professionals accepted through Oct. 31, 2015.

The Cornerstone Credit Union League, in partnership with The Cooperative Trust and the Credit Union National Association, is providing scholarships to Crash the GAC 2016. So far, we've received applications from Arkansas and Texas, but none from Oklahoma.

That can't be right! We know there are many talented young professionals in Oklahoma, and the 2016 CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference is going to be your springboard into greater career opportunities. Let us hear from you!

Apply now at www.crashthegac.com. For more information follow #CrashtheGAC16 or email Mike Delker at mdelker@cornerstoneleague.coop.

Crash the GAC will bring young credit union professionals together in a tailored program that runs alongside the CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference and allows for mentor sessions with key leaders. Crashers are able to take part in keynote and breakout sessions, visit congressional leaders in Hike the Hill advocacy events, and network with the more than 4,000 credit union leaders in attendance.

One credit union professional under the age of 35 from each state and the District of Columbia, plus one wild card, will be chosen to attend. Every crasher will receive a full free conference registration from CUNA. New this year, applicants will be required to submit a 60-second video instead of an essay. Those interested in the program must submit their applications by Oct. 31, 2015.

Cornerstone is offering travel financial assistance for the selected League-affiliated crashers, and one crasher each will be chosen from Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. All other costs are the responsibility of the attendees and their credit unions.

The Crash the GAC is brought to you by The Cooperative Trust, a program of Filene Research Institute, in partnership with CUNA.