MinnPost’s Young Professionals Network (YPN) is made up of Minnesota groups and organizations serving young professionals in their 20s, 30s and early 40s, as well as individuals in the same age group. Membership is free and open to all young professionals.
In today’s economy, young leaders climbing the job ladder are coming face-to-face with leadership and career ceilings.
The flame that may have ignited a career in the nonprofit sector may be starting to wane.
So, what’s next?
This Saturday, join Tempo — the Minnesota Opera’s membership program for opera newbies and buffs ages 21-39 — for an Opera Night Out to see the opening-night performance of “Silent Night,” a brand-new opera commissioned by the Minnesota Opera New W
In this week’s edition of YPN5Q, we hear from Geek Girl Meghan Wilker, Managing Director of Clockwork Active Media Systems in Minneapolis.
Join Jeremiah Program for its 13th annual Bullfrog Bash next weekend at the Depot in Minneapolis!
The gala will raise money to support Jeremiah Program’s work helping women break the cycle of poverty by providing single women and their children wit
Everyone deserves a home-cooked Thanksgiving meal.
On Saturday, Nov. 12, join an Open Arms tradition by helping to provide a nutritious holiday meal with all the trimmings for Minnesotans living with chronic illnesses.
If you’re a young professional working in the economic development field, join the Economic Development Association of Minnesota Young Professionals (EDAM YP) at our upcoming networking lunch at Kona Grill in Windsor Plaza in Eden Prairie.
Are you a young graphic artist or enthusiastic creative looking for ways to gain more expertise in your field while giving back to the local design community? Volunteering with AIGA Minnesota Emerging Designers is just the opportunity you’re lookin
Socks keep us warm. For some people, they are key to survival through the long, cold winter nights.
Next Tuesday, Nov.
If you live and work in the St. Cloud area and haven’t heard about NEXT St. Cloud, it’s time to get with the program! NEXT St. Cloud is a fun, exciting, educational initiative for talented young business leaders in Central Minnesota!
At NEXT St.
Valley Park in Mendota Heights, Minn., is a popular recreational area with some remnant oak woodlands located along the park’s trails.
Great River Greening, a nonprofit that leads and supports community-based restoration of natural areas, has clear
This Thursday, Nov. 3, join UJFC Young Leadership of St. Paul for a Young Professionals happy hour at Faces on Mears Park.
Join other Jewish young adults (ages 22-45) and friends in Lowertown St.
If you haven’t already registered for tomorrow’s Nonprofit YPG Discussion, RSVP now!
Join other Twin Cities nonprofit representatives for a conversation on best practices for maintaining a successful young professionals group.
In this week’s edition of YPN5Q, we hear from Jamie Millard, communications coordinator for the Charities Review Council and co-founder of Paper Darts literary magazine.
What’s Your Story?
Join Torch Community next Wednesday, Nov.
This Saturday night, Crescendo Project invites young professionals to enjoy a real Halloween treat with Minnesota Orchestra’s “Bride of Frankenstein” Double Feature!
At 6 p.m., join Crescendo Project for a pre-concert happy hour in
All Hallows Eve is just around the corner and everyone is looking forward to a night of thrills, chills, ghostly spirits and haunted dreams.
What’s better than partying with zombies, witches, pirates and skeletons?
Get an early start on the Hallow
This Halloween, make a postitive contribution to the community and fight hunger — join Twin Cities Rotaract this Friday for our Trick or Treat Food Drive!
Most food banks get loads of food donated around Christmas-time, but supplies begin running l