We provide and promote opportunities for the development of young nonprofit professionals.

We envision a world where young nonprofit professionals:

• connect through purpose
• challenge to change
• lead together

Our values:

● We strive for respect and inclusiveness
● We seek opportunities to collaborate
● We respond to the evolving needs of our community


Member Meet-ups -- They’re Like DIY YNPN-TC!

At YNPN-TC, we try to do lots of different kinds of programming, because we know that you, our members, are a diverse group of young professionals. Fortunately for us, we have a not-so-secret weapon to help us create great, diverse and fun events -- Member Meet-ups!

Member Meet-ups are events that are put together by members like you for other members. You start with something you want to do -- like have coffee with other fundraising professionals, or something less formal, like trivia night at Bar Abilene. You fill out the form on our website, and then once you’re approved, we’ll promote your program on the website, enews, and social media.

We think that fun social events that are purely networking, to more formal affairs like hosting a book club or doing a practice run for a professional presentation are all great ways to do your own meetup! Bottom line, you get to share something you’re excited about, and help a group of fellow members get to know one another.

Would you like to learn more? Read about it on the website, and come to one of the upcoming meetups!


Mission Statement Mixer

According to Fast Company, a full 70% of Americans feel disconnected and unfulfilled at work - and often the cause is a lack of direction and intention. Identifying your own personal mission statement could be the first step in uncovering your purpose and leading a more exhilarating life.

Sign up for our Mission Statement Mixer at Fulton Brewery on July 16th, from 5:30 to 8:30pm, to get started! Reflect, brainstorm, meet new people, and help others hone in on their personal mission statement while you discover your own mission – should you choose to accept it.

Click here to sign up!


Lunchtime Learning: Emerging Leaders Network

Get away on a Friday afternoon for some bite-sized professional development over the lunch hour! YNPN-TC partners with the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits to bring you free monthly lunchtime discussions on third Fridays. These are informal gatherings on a variety of topics, such as networking, management, and diversity, to name a few. Check www.ynpntwincities.org/calendar for the next topic, or view the complete list on MCN's website.

Bring a coworker, your lunch, and some business cards! No RSVP necessary.

Emerging Leaders Network (ELN) lunches
Monthly on third Fridays, 12:00-1:00pm
Minnesota Council of Nonprofits office, 2314 University Ave. W., Suite 20, St. Paul

July Emerging Leaders Network: Fundraising 305
July 18, 12:00-1:00pm
Details here


The Scoop: What's New and Going On with Our Members!

July is shaping up to be an awesome and busy month for our Twin Cities members! Here are some of the highlights that we can't wait to share with everyone:

Christina Perfetti is now Movement for Violence Prevention Assistant at Tubman Center.

Richard Matson-Daley is now IT Service Liaison at the University of Minnesota.

Kristy Gloe is now the School Linked Mental Health Professional at St. David's Center for Child & Family Development.

Keely Schallock Hendrickson is now Project Manager/Grant Writer at J. Murphy & Associates.

Elise Probasco is the Community Outreach Representative at Animal Humane Society.

Lan Freitag is Leadership Giving Officer at Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity.

Brian Kao is now the Operations Manager for Prepare + Prosper, which was formerly known as AccountAbility Minnesota.

Jess Jesswein and Leah Lundquist co-lead the coordination of the YNPN National Conference - and it was awesome!

Katie Tharp, Leah Lundquist, and Cary Walski led workshops at the YNPN National Conference

Have you recently been promoted? Joined a board or organization? Given a speech or led an event? Gotten an award or other recognition for your hard work and awesome-ness? Know someone who has and might be too shy to shout it out themselves? If you have some good news you'd like to share with the rest of the YNPN Twin Cities folks, send an email to bridge@ynpntwincities.org so we can include it in next month's Bridge!


Who's Coming to the YNPN National Conference?

Only some of the best nonprofiteers in the nation! Check out our infographic for the deets.

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