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.
Next Tuesday evening, join The Circle — the young professionals group of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts — for an exclusive art tour inside the Governor’s mansion.
The Ultimate Home Collection Tour: Governor’s Residence will be led by David Littl
In Minnesota and across the nation, new business ventures are emerging for the sole purpose of “doing good.”
These hybrid for-profit/not-for-profit entities — inspired by the belief that society’s challenges belong to all of us — are providing a fr
Next Sunday, brilliant young pianist Jonathan Biss returns to the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra (SPCO) with a fascinating program juxtaposing two extraordinary musical imaginations.
Though separated by two centuries, Mozart and György Kurtág shared
We hear from Erica Mauter: engineer, arts lover and web nerd. Mauter also serves on the boards of the Twin Cities Women’s Choir and the Midwest Advisory Council for Family Equality Council.
Autumn is just around the corner, which means it’s time for Friends of St. Jude – Twin Cities’ fourth annual Wine Tour!
Join us on Saturday, Oct.
When you’re a young professional with children to take care of, finding the time to participate in professional networking events can be difficult.
Next Saturday, join Fuel Rochester for a day of family fun at Tweite’s Pumpkin Patch in Byron, Minn
Find it hard to imagine a viable trout stream with headwaters across the street from the Mall of America? Sign up for the Oct.
Next Friday, the Saint Paul Jaycees will be having a meet and greet at Bin Wine Bar on Mears Park in Lowertown St.
This week, we hear from Andy Arlotta. Arlotta is the vice president of the Minnesota Swarm, serves on the boards of four nonprofits and created a program reintroducing the game of lacrosse to the Native American community in Minnesota.
Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity’s Young Professionals Network (HYPN) is excited to announce the launch of our new Housing Matters! Book Club.
Wondering what you can do to fight poverty?
This weekend, join the Minneapolis Jewish Federation Young Leadership as they host a lively outdoor Fall Family Event.
Enjoy the autumn weather at Apple Jack Orchards — we’ll be meeting up at the apple barn!
We’re excited to announce that registration is open for the Minnesota Rising 2011 Un/Conference: Building A Network For What’s Next!
Founded in 2009, Minnesota Rising is the network of emerging leaders in Minnesota.
An email arrives from someone you don’t know.
You open it.
As you read, you realize the note is from someone who was referred to you, found you on an alumni database or saw your profile on LinkedIn.
These suppliants often give you a bit of backgr
Join the Minneapolis Jewish Federation (MJF) Young Leadership this Thursday, Sept.
Jeremiah Program — a nonprofit that provides transitional housing and support services to single mothers and their children in Minneapolis and St.
This Sunday, the SPCO presents Franz Schubert’s stirring “Death and the Maiden” quartet in Gustav Mahler’s arrangement for string orchestra.
The program, led by conductor Scott Yoo, also includes rising composer Anna Clyne’s ravishing work for str
Join Tempo — the Minnesota Opera’s membership program for opera newbies and buffs ages 21-39 — for an Opera Night Out this Saturday, Sept.
This week, we hear from Sadie O’Connor, the head of programming at Minnesota Reading Corps, a statewide program that implements an early-literacy effort to help struggling young readers in kindergarten through third grade.
Enjoy the fall by taking a guided hike exploring the hidden gem that is Lilydale Regional Park.
On Saturday, Sept. 24, the Saint Paul Jaycees will journey on an hour-long guided hike led by volunteers from the City of St. Paul’s Hike It! program.
Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity’s Young Professionals Network (HYPN) has a landscaping day scheduled with A Brush with Kindness next Saturday, Sept.