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.
Originally from Manhattan, Kansas, Ethan Fickbohm moved to Omaha to help start a specialty recruiting firm with a friend, Assurance Business Solutions. As a Regional Recruiting Manager, Ethan takes great pride in building relationships between high quality job seekers and top employers. Ethan has a degree in Marketing from Kansas State University and is a proud KU fan.
A dedicated member to the Omaha Jaycees for the last few years, Ethan has served in various board roles. Ethan joined the Jaycees after moving to Omaha as he was looking for ways to give back to the community and determined after attending a few meetings that the Jaycees was an organization where he could make a real impact. He currently sits on the Omaha Jaycees Foundation board, which is a 501(c)(3) organization and is considered the fundraising arm for the Omaha Jaycees.
Prior to moving to Omaha, Ethan ran a boutique coffee shop. An entrepreneur by nature, Ethan is proud to have been a part of building two different business from the ground up. In his free time, he enjoys playing various instruments including the guitar and the piano, hitting the golf ball in every rough or sand trap in Omaha, and lending a hand around the community.