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Concord Young Professionals Network (CYPN) is a professional and personal development initiative of the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce. Established in 2006, CYPN is a vibrant program that promotes the growth of more than 1,700 young professionals in their early twenties to mid-forties in New Hampshire’s Capital region by helping them make connections in the community and providing them with learning and networking opportunities in a welcoming setting.
Complimentary networking events are held on the third Wednesday of every month at various Concord venues, where young professionals can interact socially, build a network of contacts, exchange ideas and have fun. Lunch & Learn and enrichment series are also offered throughout the year. Check back often to see what's new, and be sure to follow us on social media for all the latest updates: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.
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Fox News prominently featured Concord Young Professionals Network in its recent, “Election officials scramble to find enough poll workers ahead of November 3rd” 2020 national election coverage. Watch here:
The Concord Monitor published an article about CYPN, written by our very own Steering Committee Chair, Erin Schaick! Click here to read the feature in full.
The City of Concord featured CYPN Steering Committee Past Chair Angie Lane as part of a video series on important resources in the state capital:
Talk Concord Podcast : Suzi Pegg, City of Concord's Economic Development Director, hosted CYPN Steering Committee Chair Erin Shaick and committee liaison Bryanna Marceau on their podcast - listen for a fun discussion about Concord Young Professionals Network and the Chamber's Leadership Greater Concord program.
CYPN’s Young Professional of the Year is an award created by the Concord Young Professionals Network and the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce to recognize the area’s top young professional, aged 40 years or younger, who demonstrates professional excellence and a commitment to the community.
This year's recipient is Phil Sletten of NH Fiscal Policy Institute!
Phil was honored and celebrated at the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce's Pinnacle Awards ceremony on November 19, click here to watch the video of the ceremony.
2019 - Connor Spern
2018 - Elyssa Alfieri
2017 - Matt Walsh
2016 - Angie Lane
2015 - Charlie Cole
2014 - Jeremy Woodward
We've launched a community Facebook page as a means for us to connect online in upcoming weeks - join us at CYPN Connects !
What’s keeping you motivated during this time of social distancing? Have you picked up a new hobby or revisited an old interest? Are you secretly obsessed with cooking tutorials or finding the coolest place to hike in the Concord area? We’ve created post tags so you can connect digitally with your CYPN community based on your favorite topics. Join the group and get the conversations going!
CYPN is sustained through the active participation of committee members. These young professionals go above and beyond their every day responsibilities to make each CYPN activity beneficial for all. Choose an area that you'd like to contribute, and let us know how you'd like to be involved. Contact the Chamber at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 224-2508.
Responsible for providing guidance on overall strategic direction.
Erin Schaick, CATCH Neighborhood Housing (Chair)
Adam Berthiaume, Grappone Automotive Group (Vice Chair)
Kaleigh Greene, Legacy Marketing
Chad Johnson, NHTI-Concord's Comunity College
Petar Leonard, Orr & Reno, PA
Erika Mattson, New York Life (Ambassador Program Coordinator)
Connor Spern, The Friends Program (Events & Marketing Coordinator)
Annika Stanley-Smith, Granite United Way Merrimack County Region
Bryanna Marceau, Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce (Staff Liaison)
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Responsible for welcoming and assisting guests to networking events, and fostering connections for young professionals in the community.
Jared Reynolds, UNH Cooperative Extension
Marilia Procopio, Elm Grove Companies
Emily Sullivan, SNHU