Become a Member!
Joining the Omaha Jaycees is a great way to have fun, develop relationships, and make a difference in the Omaha community.
The benefits of individual membership include:
- Networking with other emerging leaders in Omaha who share similar interests and desires to see the city improve
- Access to other young professionals and Omaha businesses
- Engage with community leaders and organizations, research, discuss, and provide input on the critical issues that impact our local community
- Opportunity to create, coordinate, and execute projects in the city that are important to you
- Invitations to join Omaha Jaycees’ committees to plan and execute events and programming
- Entrance to monthly social events at no charge
- Exclusive access to Omaha Jaycees member-only quarterly outings (i.e. sporting events, catered dinners, concerts, tours, etc.)
- Free or discounted pricing to Omaha Jaycees ticketed events (Beer & Bacon, TOYO)
- Exclusive opportunity to be featured in our email newsletter
Membership is $75 per year.
In November, we are thankful for one of new member’s Regmi!
Baibhav Regmi, known as Regmi, came to the United States from Nepalgunj, Nepal. Regmi is a CPA for BerganKDV where he prepares individual, business, and non-for-profit tax returns as well as performs financial statement audits and compilation engagements. He has a Master’s Degree in Accountancy from UNO (2016) and a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Finance from Truman State University (2012).
He joined the Jaycees in 2019 to meet other like-minded young professionals and to engage in service activities. He credits our organization for helping him build his network and further his professional goals. Outside of the Jaycees, Regmi volunteers for Muddy Paws Second Chance Rescue and can be found fostering dogs and cats. He also enjoys traveling, exploring various restaurants throughout Omaha, and playing cricket when the weather allows.
Just as we are thankful for Regmi, he is thankful for a trip to Annapurna Sanctuary in Nepal. In April, he hiked the mountain, which is the 10th highest mountain in the world, over a 7-day span. Starting the trip at 3,500 feet, he reached the base camp elevated at 13,500 feet. Not only was he a lone, but he was carrying a 35lb bag and hiking 10 hours per day. Although he was tired, the view and the opportunity to see nature and its beauty was so worth it!