|Nov. 15||Off the Clock|
|Nov. 20||YPN Morning Buzz|
|Nov. 29||Networking to Business:
How to use your time,
talent and treasures to
give back to our community
|Dec. 5||YPN Holiday Party|
It is our belief that a community influenced by young professionals is a community that attracts and retains them. Core to the Young Professionals Network’s strategic agenda is the belief that the more informed, involved and networked young professionals are, the more influence they will have on what the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo community .
We don’t define young professionals by an age. We define it as a mind set. We are a group of people who are interested in enhancing ourselves and the future of our community. We work hard, we like to socialize, we’re technologically savvy, and we make the change that we want to see in our lives, our businesses and our community.
Through the Young Professionals Network you will have the opportunity to meet people you would never otherwise have met, learn about businesses you never would have known about and participate in events that never would have existed. You will have access to numerous business training programs and learn about the happenings in the community that will have an impact on your life.
Each quarter, a YPN member is selected through a nomination process to highlight an up-and-coming professional in the business community. This award is granted quarterly to a Young Professional Network member who goes above and beyond to make a positive impact in their workplace, their community and with the YPN.
We’re currently seeking applications and nominations for Ones to Watch! Recipients will be featured in our monthly Bridge newsletter, on our social media outlets, will be featured in Fargo INC! magazine, will receive a letter from Craig Whitney, a plaque and a complimentary ticket to a Business Training, Women Connect or Business After Hours event.
Nominate a deserving young professional at bit.ly/FMWFOTW.
Questions? Contact Alyssa Ralston at email@example.com or 218.359.0529.
This committee plans, schedules and coordinates quality, cost-effective training programs and networking events that enhance the personal and professional development of young professionals and helps to connect them to The Chamber, community and each other. Subcommittees include Professional Development, Membership Engagement, Corporate Cup and Social.
Chair: Caitlin Stoecker, Arvig
Staff support: Alyssa Ralston, Professional Development Coordinator
Meeting time: 11:30 a.m. on the third Friday of each month