Mentors and mentees — registration is now open for the spring session of AIGA’s MNtor Program.
MinnPost’s YPN is giving away three pairs of tickets to the upcoming Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival.
Create art one-on-one with inner-city kids by becoming an art buddy. Volunteer applications are due by Wednesday, Mar. 21, 2012.
AZUL is throwing a party for YPs at this year’s Beastly Ball, featuring entertainment by Carnaval Brasileiro.
Come early for Crescendo Project’s pre-concert reception with Sam Bergman and Judd Greenstein at Orchestra Hall.
Decorated U.S. Marine Benjamin Busch shares his new memoir “Dust to Dust,” a moving account of life and death, war and peace.
This week we hear from Rinal Ray, board chair of the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network Twin Cities chapter.
Minnesota Opera’s Tempo program presents Cio-Cio Sassy, an evening of art and fashion inspired by “Madame Butterfly.”
Photo highlights from MinnPost’s third annual Book Club Blast, headlined by Kate DiCamillo.
Join DRIVE Emerging Leaders for a special 2Gingers Irish Whiskey tasting event with founder Kieran Foillard.
MPI Emerging Leaders will host industry experts for a discussion of 2012 trends, CMP process, mentoring and more.
Learn tips and tricks for getting your messages noticed on Facebook.
Join Propel for Jeremiah Program at Joe’s Garage for a fun night with friends.
Going to the Nonprofits Technology and Communications Conference in Minneapolis? Join YNPN-TC for a post-conference happy hour.
The Alzheimer’s Association Young Champions has been chosen as the beneficiary of Minneapolis Rotaract’s annual gala.
Join in the fifth annual Readers’ Choice Event on March 16 and vote for your favorite Minnesota Book Award finalist.
Learn indicators of financially healthy organizations from Kate Barr, executive director of the Nonprofits Assistance Fund.
Join ShakopeeConnect and Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity for an exciting and informative networking lunch.
This week we hear from Lan Freitag, a giving communities manager and the immediate past president of The LEAD Project.
Minneapolis Urban League Young Professionals will host a career development seminar featuring author Charles E. Cox.