NETWORK, DEVELOP AND SERVEThe Greater Elkhart Young Professionals are career-focused individuals who collectively choose to have a positive impact.
As YPs, we choose to:
- Impact our careers and, as a result, our regional business climate
- Impact our professional development and grow together into meaningful
- Impact our communities and improve the livability of the Greater Elkhart area
Develop, connect, empower and retain young professionals through increased opportunities and resources enhancing professional development and business success within the greater Elkhart region.
2018 Schedule (Dates/topics may change. For more information, visit Chamber Events Calendar):
January 25 - Luncheon: Meet the Mayor
February 22 - Polar Pub Crawl (downtown Elkhart)
March 22 - Luncheon: Which Service Club is right for you?
May 24 - Luncheon: ETHOS Science Center (in their new location!)
September 27 - Luncheon
October 18 - Ignite Dinner
November 8 - Cheers for Toys for Tots
December 6 - Cheers Ugly Sweater Party
Council Meeting Times: 1st Thursday 4 p.m. at the Chamber
Council Chairs: Meghann Sullivan-Redding, Fidelity National Title
Board Liaisons: Andrew Asma, KeyBank and Gilberto Pérez Jr., Goshen College
Council Liaison: Kay House-Clark
Greater Elkhart Young Professionals
- 03/05/2018 - Marathon and First Impressions
In this day and age, when news cycles move at the speed of a 100 meter dash, the cleanup from the flooding is more of a marathon.
- 02/26/2018 - Neighbors helping Neighbors
As the waters begin to recede and city, state, and federal agencies begin to assess the damage of last week’s flooding,
- 02/12/2018 - Regional Economic Development Plan
Last week, in Mishawaka, Pete McCown, President of the Community Foundation of Elkhart County, gave an update on the South Bend-Elkhart Regional Development Authority.
- 02/05/2018 - What’s Next 2018?
There is a five step process to taking meaningful action when it comes to the work of your Elkhart Chamber.
- 01/29/2018 - What do you have to offer?
Recently I was having a conversation with 25 college students.
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