Vermont Business Magazine If you are 22- 40 years old, The Vermont Futures Project and the Northeast Kingdom Young Professionals Network would like to learn your insights about Vermont's current economic challenges, your personal economic and work aspirations, and your recommendations on how to secure Vermont's future to be a great place to work, live and play.
Photo: NEK YPN Members at an October Planning Retreat.
On November 11th from 5:00PM-6:00pm at The Work Commons in Newport and on November 12th from 8:00AM-9:00AM at the Passumpsic Bank, St. Johnsbury join facilitators Sunny Noelle Naughton, Vice Chair of the NEK YPN and head of Sunshine Silver Lining Consulting and Lori Smith, Executive Director of the Vermont Futures Project to discuss your future and that of Vermont for the younger generation.
Space is limited to 15 for each session. Reserve your spot by emailing Lori Smith email@example.com(link sends e-mail)
The Vermont Futures Project, in partnership with the Statewide Young Professionals Groups, is planning several focus groups around Vermont this fall. As the Vermont Futures Project works to create an actionable statewide plan for sustainable economic growth, we want to hear from young professionals, currently living here, about what is most important for a thriving future.
About the Vermont Futures Project The Vermont Futures Project promotes the long-term economic health of Vermont through leadership, research and education. The Vermont Futures Project seeks to inform the conversation about Vermont’s economic future and demonstrate how a healthy economy contributes to Vermont’s vibrant communities and unique quality of life.
For more information and to RSVP please contact firstname.lastname@example.org(link sends e-mail).