How can we drive change in our communities and move past unproductive committees and outdated regulation? How do we become the “bike part of town” and revitalize stagnant blocks? In this funny, smart, energetic, and breathless talk, arts activist Jason Roberts of the Better Block Project encourages us to stop waiting around. Even if that means painting in our own crosswalks, bringing in our own trees, and blackmailing ourselves into action.
A pre-summit social will be held on Wednesday, April 22nd at Rolling Hills Zoo from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.; it will offer a chance for Salina young professionals to network and socialize with peers from across the state.
The YPO attendance challenge is back! The Salina Area Young Professionals will present a $500 check to the young professionals organization that registers and brings the largest group of its members to the Summit!
Do you or does your community or organization have a great idea or practice that you think other young professionals should know about? If you answered yes, then please consider presenting at the 2015 Kansas YP Summit!
The Kansas Young Professionals Summit would like to invite your young professional organization to apply to host the 2016 and 2017 statewide conferences. Help continue to foster the KS YP Summit’s mission of growth of YP’s from across the state!