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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.
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Wednesday, October 19
Join Concord Young Professionals Network (CYPN) for this anticipated annual event that brings together young professionals and college students with local and state-wide nonprofits looking for motivated volunteers.
Wednesday, November 17
Come network with local YPs while relaxing on some comfy furniture and enjoying some food and beverages. Attendance is complimentary, but registration in advance is appreciated.
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.
Connor Spern, Concord Coalition To End Homelessness (Chair)
Kaleigh Greene, Legacy Marketing & Design Co. (Vice Chair)
Chad Johnson, NHTI-Concord's Comunity College
Katie Mosher, Sulloway & Hollis, PLLC
Marilia Procopio, Elm Grove Companies (Ambassador Program Coordinator)
Emily Ricard, Bangor Savings Bank (Marketing Coordinator)
Erin Schaick, CATCH Neighborhood Housing (Immediate Past Chair)
Trieste Philbrook, 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.
Kayla Grimme, Hudkins Law & Title, PLLC
Shannon Ketcham, Merrimack County Savings Bank
Diana Moore, Starfire Yoga
Meghan Sweatt, iHeartMedia
We were proud support this year's NH Gives. Thanks to all who gave to nonprofits on June 7-8, 2022. NH Gives raised $3,505,030 for 575 nonprofit organizations!
Erin Schaick is an integral and steadfast advocate for young people in the Granite State in both her work at CATCH Neighborhood Housing and volunteer efforts for CYPN. She has served as CYPN Steering Committee Chair and CYPN Events Coordinator, volunteering her time to plan a huge variety of events, including innovative virtual opportunities that kept us connected during the COVID-19 pandemic. Erin has made rapid progress professionally while volunteering for multiple causes and establishing herself as a community leader in Concord. Learn more.
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 annual Wellness Series kicked off by focusing on financial wellness. Watch the recording of the webinar presentation below.