Young Professional Organizations
the pima county bar association young lawyers divison
A group of attorneys who have been in practice less than five years and/or are under the age of 36. Membership is included at no additional cost by joining the Pima County Bar Association. In addition to membership in the Young Lawyers Division, bar association membership affords opportunities for networking, professional growth and a myriad of community service programs.
united way of tucson and southern arizona young leaders society
tucson association of realtors young professionals network
tucson urban league young professionals
A volunteer auxiliary of the Tucson Urban League, composed of professionals between the ages of 21 and 40 who live, work and serve in the Tucson and Pima County region. The group is composed of young professionals who are committed to serving their local affiliate through civic and social engagement.
tucson young professionals
Tucson Young Professionals (TYP) is a group of young business and community leaders focused on the promotion, attraction and retention of young professionals in Tucson. TYP is a quality group of diverse young professionals working together to showcase Tucson as a place for growth, prosperity, and an engaging environment to live, work and play. The focus of the organization is to provide members with opportunities to get in front of and build relationships with local community and business leaders. TYP is a place for next generation leaders and change agents to share their ideas, test their insight and participate in a dynamic conversation with like-minded leaders who are passionate about building better places to live, work and play.
urban land institute - southern arizona young leaders group
The mission of the ULI Southern Arizona Young Leaders Group is to educate and connect Arizona’s young real estate leaders of tomorrow through the exchange of ideas to better prepare them for the unique urban challenges in Arizona’s future. This group provides a dynamic, yet relaxed, platform where members can interact professionally and socially with the leaders of today.
Source of information: Millennials article is by Eric Swedlund. Courtesy of BizTucson Magazine Winter 2016
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