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We’d love to hear from you about how the Southern Vermont Young Professionals are doing! Receive five free raffle tickets to use during the 3rd Annual Creative Black Tie Gala on March 3rd for taking the survey. Thanks for your input!

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Southern Vermont Young Professionals Annouce Logo Contest

Southern Vermont Young Professionals Logo Design Contest Open for Submission: January 22nd, 2018 Logos Due: February 23rd, 2018 Winning Logo Unveiled to Public: March 3rd, Creative Black Tie Gala   The SoVTYP Steering Committee announces a community logo contest. This contest is open to anyone…

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So.VT Young Professionals 3rd Annual Creative Black-Tie Gala

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE JANUARY 16, 2018 CONTACT: Southern Vermont Young Professionals Alex Beck, BDCC Workforce and Education Program Manager (802) 257-7731 ext.214 Southern Vermont Young Professionals and Mondo Mediaworks Announce 3rd Annual Creative Black-Tie Gala On March 3rd, from 7:30-10:30 pm, the Southern Vermont…

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Southern Vermont Young Professionals gather at BMAC for the 2017 Creative Black Tie Gala

Event Information and Tickets

2/26/18: Tax Prep with United Way of Windham County, Ramunto’s Pizza, Brattleboro, VT

6:00-8:00 pm

What is even worse than learning about taxes is actually filing them. Why not make it slighly enjoyable by adding pizza and friends into the mix! Join the Southern Vermont Young Professionals at Ramunto’s Brattleboro for a night of Tax Prep with United Way!

Tax Prep with United Way: Whether you need step by step assistance or just emotional support, come do your taxes with friends and with assistance from United Way of Windham County’s ‘MyFreeTaxes’ expert Molly McNamee. Turn taxes into a free, fun night with friends!

MyFreeTaxes Software Restrictions: Those who made under $66,000 in 2017 can file for free using this software

Pizza will be provided. Cash bar available.

 

3/3/18: 3rd Annual Creative Black Tie Gala, Brattleboro Museum and Art Center, Brattleboro, VT

7:30-10:30 pm

Join the Southern Vermont Young Professionals group and Mondo Mediaworks for another year of creative flair and fun at the Third Annual Creative Black Tie Gala.

The only event of its kind in Southern Vermont, the gala brings together community members of ALL ages to celebrate and support our young professionals. All proceeds from the event are used to expand and enrich the programs and networks the SeVEDS Young Professionals Group has worked so hard to create. For the past two years the event has attracted over 300 attendees to the Brattleboro Museum and Art Center — let’s keep it going for a third!

With admission, gala-goers can look forward to a night of local catered food and dessert, live music, and a photo booth. There will be a cash bar and raffle tickets will be available for purchase with potential prizes ranging from hotel stays to lift tickets and an array of Windham County gifts and goods.

Early bird tickets start at $10 a piece (ends February 18).
Single Admission: $15
Double Admission: $25
Group/Employer Discount: $10

About

The Southern Vermont Young Professionals is a professional development, social networking, and sustainable place-making program designed to retain, attract, and support new and native Vermonters between the ages of 22-45.

The need for a vibrant young professional community was identified in the Comprehensive Economic Development Strategies (CEDS) created by SeVEDS, and the Southern Vermont Young Professionals works to mitigate the negative impacts of an aging workforce and tax-base.

For more information, follow us on Facebook and subscribe to our email list.

Learn more about the Southern Vermont Young Professionals Annual Creative Black Tie Gala which happens every March!

Current Southern Vermont Young Professionals Steering Committee Members:

  • Alex Beck, Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation
  • Katie Knaeble, Vermont Department of Labor
  • Alyssa Todd, Windham County Safe Place Child Advocacy Center and SUSI
  • Avery Schwenk, Hermit Thrush Brewery
  • Chelsea Nunez, NachoAverage Events
  • Sarah Wiggins, Antioch University
  • Steffen Gillom, SIT
  • Michael Root, USPS
  • Josh Roberts, Edward Jones Investments
  • Geneva Johnson Morse