The North Carolina Bankers Association (NCBA) announced the formation of the North Carolina Young Bankers (NCYB) in late 2015. The NCYB was developed to identify and foster the professional development of emerging leaders in North Carolina’s banking industry. Becoming a member of NCYB provides access to regional and state-wide networking events, educational resources and leadership opportunities. Members of NCYB will support the overall mission of the NCBA, serving as advocates for the industry as well as promoting financial literacy through working with youth in North Carolina. Members can give back to the communities in which they serve through coordinated financial literacy efforts which include tools to help members teach our future generations at your bank or in local schools.
Upcoming NCYB Events
To be the premier organization that develops and engages emerging bank leaders while strengthening our community.
To achieve its vision the North Carolina Young Bankers will:
- Promote financial literacy for North Carolina’s youth
- Encourage awareness and active engagement in the industry
- Foster professional development and provide leadership opportunities for our members
Become a Young Banker
Interested in joining the North Carolina Young Bankers? Applicants must meet the following qualifications:
- Must be employed by a member bank in good standing of the NCBA
- All bank levels/positions are eligible
To enroll in the Young Bankers Group, click here. You will be prompted to either enter in your portal account information or to create an account. Once you sign up, you will be added to our mailing list to receive information on opportunities to participate with the group!
On a recent episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast, two Young Bankers on the rise share lessons in career development and leadership. Click on the link below to hear from Kristen Brabble and Meredith Olivia Begley as they share lessons in what makes a community banking career successful!
Contact Your Regional Representatives
Looking for help from the NCYB Advisory Council? Find a councilmember who represents your NCYB region and contact them at the listed email address.