Menomonie Area Young Professionals

The Menomonie Area Young Professionals supports the growth and development of 21-39 year-olds living or working in the Menomonie area. Through professional development, philanthropic or social activities, participants develop a network of colleagues sure to benefit them for years to come.

DETAILS FOR NEXT EVENT:


Amazing Race

Solve clues leading to various locations throughout Menomonie. Complete a task to get the next clue. First team to complete every task wins! Teams will be selected at random upon arrival. Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes.

Tuesday, May 24
Registration at 5:15 p.m.
Menomonie Area Chamber of Commerce
342 East Main Street, Menomonie
Race: 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Members: Free   Non-members: $10

Social with appetizers at the Silver Dollar Saloon immediately following cleanup
Prizes awarded for the most unique items found during the cleanup!

RSVP by Friday, May 20 to Stacey Rogers at graysL521@gmail.com

New members in March, 2016

Kelsie Hoitomt - Servpro of Barron, Dunn County
Chelsea Larson - Servpro of Barron, Dunn County
Julie McRea - Xcel Energy
Katie Larsen - Cubby’s
Brian Riley - Brunstrom CPA
Justin Troyan - BMO Harris
Erin Johnson
Katie Mattison - Dunn County Farm Bureau

 
 
 
 
 

Networking
Opportunities
 


Although some events focus specifically on networking, all events offer different opportunities to build relationships with other local young professionals.

There are many opportunities to expand your contact base both personally and professionally in a fun and safe environment.

Networking is important for building a strong contact base, and helps strengthen the community by retaining great people in the Menomonie area.

 
 

Professional Development 


The Menomonie Area Young Professionals strive to provide members with opportunities for professional development. Members of the MYP may enrich their career experiences in a variety of ways, including tours of local businesses, listening to professional development speakers, observing business panels, and more.

Career growth may be fostered by staying connected with other young professionals that have business partnerships.
 
 

Community
Service
 


There are a number of events throughout the year that allow members to give back to the community.  Christmas shopping for local families in need and partnering with other businesses to raise money for local non-profit agencies are just a couple examples of the exciting events that are held each year.

Members stay informed of many volunteer opportunities throughout the Menomonie area, so everyone can get involved in things they would like to support.