Events

Our YNPNindy events generally fall under one of the following categories:

Professional Development: Once every quarter, members have the opportunity to attend a free or low-cost professional development event that has a specific learning objective and allows time for guided networking with their peers.

Happy Hours: One night every other month, we host a happy hour to provide members a time to relax, network and learn about upcoming events.

Huddles: Every other third Thursday of the month, a small group of members get together over morning coffee, or lunch, to discuss either a specific topic or whatever career issues are on their minds.

Volunteer events: Twice annually, our members give back to the community by partnering with a local organization to complete a service project.

We hope to see you soon!

  • Friday, July 27, 2018 at 12:00 PM through July 30, 2018

    YNPN National Conference

    It took a long time to build up the systems of inequality we have inherited and change won’t happen overnight. And it won’t happen at all if we're working in silos. If we want to bridge the divides between us, we have to get to know each other. We have to learn from each other’s mistakes, listen to the voices that haven’t been heard, and lift each other up.

    Which is what we do at the YNPN National Conference and Leaders Institute, presented by Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy. Join us in Indianapolis on July 27-30, 2018, where we give you the space you need to celebrate the movement’s wins and mourn the losses. To provide you with transformative training experiences that will get you from here to there. And to connect you with other people who, like you, see a better tomorrow and aren’t afraid to work for it. 

    To register or learn more about the conference, follow the link: http://conference.ynpn.org/registration

     

  • Thursday, August 23, 2018 at 05:30 PM · 23 rsvps
    Sol Center, 708 E. Michigan Street

    August Informed Citizens Panel

    New data from The Coalition for Homelessness Intervention and Prevention (CHIP) showed that Indy’s homeless population increased by nearly 10 percent in 2017.

    What does that mean for you personally and the organizations we serve? Join YNPNindy and Giving Sum for this summer's Informed Citizens Panel to learn about Indianapolis trends, initiatives, and how you can make an impact on homelessness in Indianapolis. 


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