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Category Archives: Networking & Social

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YPCI supports local charities at annual gala October 5

Posted by: Young Professionals of Central Indiana
Posted: October 1, 2019
Categories: Networking & Social, Community Partners

Young Professionals of Central Indiana (YPCI)’s mission is to connect emerging young leaders through professional development and networking to provide Central Indiana with its next generation of leaders. Our vision is to connect professionals and promote the value […]

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Share your story with PechaKucha Indianapolis

Posted by: PechaKucha Indy
Posted: July 22, 2019
Categories: Networking & Social

We believe everyone has a story and a voice! PechaKucha Indianapolis wants to provide a platform to share your ideas, works, thoughts, anything!  What is PechaKucha?  PechaKucha is a global series of live events where presenters utilize a […]

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Join the movement as The Exchange at the Urban League welcomes thousands to National Urban League annual conference in Indy

Posted by: Adrianne Slash
Posted: July 16, 2019
Categories: Professional Development, Networking & Social, Culture & Diversity, Civic Engagement, Volunteer Opportunities, Community Partners

Being engaged with events that are bigger than your city yet still remaining relevant to your city is an enormous task for local affiliates of national organizations. This is the life members of The Exchange at the Urban […]

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Being social in a new city

Posted by: Caroline ZuHone & Lexa Muehlbauer
Posted: February 28, 2019
Categories: Networking & Social, Arts & Entertainment, Food & Drink, YP Perspectives

You’ve settled into Indy, set up your new apartment and are getting the hang of your first “real world” job. But with adulthood comes challenges that no one prepares you for…like making friends.

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