Events and Conferences
Our special events team works tirelessly to provide your credit union staff opportunities to interact with lawmakers and regulators, both in events throughout Michigan and in Washington D.C. These events give our industry leaders access to decision makers, helping the league make its case for the continued prosperity of credit unions and your members.
The following tried and true events give you access to state and federal lawmakers in a variety of venues. We would love nothing more than to stand side-by-side with leaders from every Michigan credit union to represent the best interests of our industry. The Michele Myrick Fund Scholarship can assist those in need with the cost of attending the CUNA GAC and the Hike the Hill grassroots lobbying trips to Washington D.C. 2017 scholarship forms will be available in December 2016.
ASFM Golf Outing - July 19, 2017
Enjoy a round of golf while supporting the Credit Union social mission. Money raised will benefit ASFM and the Michele Myrick Defense Fund Scholarship.
Hike the Hill - September 27 & 28, 2017
This two-day event in Washington gives credit unions access to Michigan's congressional delegation and shows the strength of the movement.
Capitol Day - October 17, 2017
A legislative luncheon is the centerpiece of this one-day Lansing-based biennial event, which includes a legislative briefing and review with MCUL staff. For more information on the 2015 Capitol Day, click here.
State and federal legislators are featured speakers at MCUL-facilitated chapter breakfasts, which appear with other chapter programs on the Chapter Events Calendar.
CUNA GAC - February 25 - March 1, 2018
The CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference brings hundreds of credit union leaders from across the country to Washington each February, where they share industry needs with congress.
MCUL GAC - TBD, 2018
Credit union executives and board members are brought up to speed on pressing legislative issues, learn how to encourage grassroots political participation, and interact with their local state senators and representatives.Go to main navigation