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Get Involved: Crash Events

Are you ready to experience conferences like you never have before? Do you want to learn and network with peers in a unique environment? Do you want to go where you aren’t traditionally invited? If you answered yes, it sounds like you want to be a Crasher!

Cornerstone Crash Events

Cornerstone has just the opportunity for you through our own Crash events:

Crash ELEVATE

Gives credit union young professionals the opportunity to experience the premier Cornerstone conference generally reserved for credit union industry leaders: ELEVATE: Credit Union Leadership Summit. Crashers are encouraged to interact and learn from seasoned professionals while attending the regular conference sessions and events along with special “crasher-only” breakout sessions.

The application period for this event is currently closed.

To make sure you do not miss the next Crash opportunity, please register as a Young Professional Representative to begin receiving the YP Newsletter and follow CUYP on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn @CornerstoneCUYP.

ELEVATE

Reverse Crash

YP Conference Promo

Invites credit union CEOs to see the future of the movement in action at the Young Professionals Conference. This event gives CEO Reverse Crashers the platform to mentor the next generation of leaders and network with the credit union industry's rising stars.

The application period for this event is currently closed.

Other Crash Events

Cornerstone also encourages young professionals to take advantage of other Crash events:

Crash the Governmental Affairs Conference

Gives credit union young professionals the opportunity to attend CUNA’s annual Governmental Affairs Conference. This event allows crashers to network with industry leaders and learn from seasoned professionals.

2022 CUNA GAC Influence in Action

Filene Events

Filene

Filene offers a number of other Crash opportunities throughout the year.

About the Crash Program

Several years ago, credit union young professionals decided they wanted to be included and attend large credit union conferences traditionally reserved for more seasoned staff. While they were viewed as unconventional conference attendees, that did not stop them from taking a stance and “crashing” the event. A group of credit union young professionals worked collectively to share their voice and express their desired to participate in various events. This initial “crash” has helped open conversations about getting credit union young professionals involved in the movement with more seasoned industry leaders.

In the time since, these original “crashers” blazed a trail. The Crash Program has been adopted across the movement, welcoming credit union young professionals to a number of events. The once “crashers” are now a welcomed addition at many conferences and meetings. The fresh perspective of young professionals offers an enlightening experience for all.