• Social Networking

    Connecticut Young Professionals enables you to build connections with other young professionals. Whether you’re new to the area or just looking to meet new people, this organization provides a means

    Read more »
  • Professional Development and Networking

    Connecticut Young Professionals is a top resource for your career advancement.  We host several professional development events including, round tables, networking events, and career fairs. To join the Professional Development and Networking

    Read more »
  • Civic Engagement

    Connecticut Young Professionals is committed to getting young professionals more involved with their communities.  We host several civic engagement events including, interviews of Connecticut mayors, community service projects, and much

    Read more »
  • Health and Wellness

    Connecticut Young Professionals is committed to keeping young professionals in Connecticut healthy.  We host numerous health-oriented events including group hikes, cooking classes, and much more.  To join our health and

    Read more »
  • Arts and Culture

    Connecticut Young Professionals is committed to getting young people more involved in the arts.  We host numerous arts and culture oriented events, including art walks, trips to the ballet, and

    Read more »

CTYP and UConn’s GSS

Connecticut Young Professionals (CTYP) is now working with the University of Connecticut’s Graduate Student Senate (GSS) to bring you events across the state.  We look forward to growing this relationship and encourage you to attend our kickoff event on March 31st in Manchester.



About CTYP:

Connecticut Young Professionals is a free-to-join organization for those between the ages of 21 and 40 with over 1400 members.  CTYP aims to build community amongst young professionals in the state by hosting its own events, informing you of community events, and enabling you to engage with one another.  Our events include social networking, professional development, arts and culture, health and wellness, civic engagement events, and much more.

About GSS:

The UConn Graduate Student Senate is one of the 5 deliberative bodies of the University of Connecticut and represents the interests of 7000 graduate students. The GSS provides opportunities for social engagement, professional development, and advocacy for all graduate degree programs at UConn‘s 5 campuses.

Professional Associations and Networking Events

Connecticut Young Professionals‘ President Faris Virani was recently featured in an article on New York Times best-selling author Lindsey Pollak’s website.  In the article, Virani discusses why young professionals would want to join professional associations and attend networking events.  Also, he gives tips to organizations on how organizations can attract and engage millennials.  The article can be found here.

1 143 144 145 146 147 166