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The Nebraska Cooperative Council is a statewide, non-profit, non-partisan trade association which works to foster, improve, and promote a better understanding of the theory, principles, and practices of the cooperative way of doing business and to develop a unified approach on matters in which there is a common interest.


Last updated 11.24.14


NCC Education Programs - 2014/15 registration materials

Below is an all-inclusive education booklet of our 2014/15 education programs as well as registration forms for each program.  Should you have questions, please contact Ed or Deb at the Council office. 


2014/15 Education Program booklet


Registration form - Director/Manager Workshop


Registration form - Director Certification Program


Registration form - Cooperatives For Tomorrow Seminar and Cooperative Issues Symposium


Registration form - Board Officer Seminar



NCC Education Foundation Scholarships - 2015/16 academic year

Promotional materials for 2015/16 academic year scholarships were forwarded to the membership on November 24th with links to those documents below:


Poster for display in your cooperative headquarters and branches


Application form to print and complete by hand, or


Application form - Microsoft Word template to save and complete via your computer


News Article to be used in your co-op newsletter or hometown newspaper







NCC Mission Statement:

"To defend, protect, and enhance the agricultural cooperative movement through pro-active programs in

education, legislation, government affairs, communication, and regulatory issues."





Nebraska Cooperative Council

134 South 13th St., Ste 503

Lincoln, NE  68508-1901

PH:  402/475-6555     FAX:  402/475-4538


Legislative and Regulatory Issues:  Robert Andersen, President

Education, Scholarship Program, Communications Issues:  Ed Woeppel, Education & Program Director

All other issues:  General Office