• Upcoming events

    Tuesday, March 27, 2018 at 06:00 PM
    The Austin Winery in Austin, TX

    YNPN: Networking with Executives

    Do you have a burning question about your career, but you just don’t know who to ask? Do you want to be an Executive Director or in charge of a program one day? Are you interested in what it takes to build a successful career for social impact? Join YNPN and your fellow young professionals for an evening of networking with and learning from the top executives in our field around Austin. This is a chance to get everyone you’ve been wanting to speak with in one room. Come ready to learn, engage, sip on some wine, and snack on complimentary cheese and charcuterie boards from the Austin Winery.

    Cost: Free for members and $10 for non-members.

    Click here to register.

    Monday, April 02, 2018 at 06:30 PM

    Communications Committee Meet Up

    The mission of the communications committee is to communicate YNPN's events and happenings through our website, social mediaand email newsletter.

    This is a great place to try out a new skill set in a friendly, low risk environment. Skills you could be putting on your resume in 2018 include: Website management, Graphic design, Google analytics, Marketing, Blogging, E-newsletter, Social media wizard & more!

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