What is it?
The annual Kansas YP Summit is a day-long, state-wide event designed for young professionals (YPs) who are interested in professional development. A different YP organization in the state hosts the Summit every two years.

Who should attend?
The Summit is open to anyone who is interested in channeling their passion to revitalize Kansas communities. Attendees are not required to be members of a YP organization. The ultimate goal of the summit is for young professionals to find ways to advance their careers and initiate positive social change across the state.

Who is sponsoring the event?
Young Professionals of Manhattan, Young Professionals of Junction City, and Young Professionals of Wamego are the host organizations for the 2018-2019 events. Our financial sponsors include companies and organizations who are interested in retaining young professionals in Kansas so that our state can remain competitive in the global economy. Click here to see a complete list of sponsors.

When and where is it?
Friday, May 10, 2019 in Junction City, KS

How much does it cost to register?
Early bird registrations are $50 prior to March 15. Registration will be $60.00 from March 15 – April 19 and then increases to $75.00 for any registration completed after April 19. If you wish to attend the Keynote/Lunch only portion of the Summit the cost is $25 prior to March 15 and $30 after March 15.

How do I register?
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Who is the keynote speaker?
The keynote speaker for 2018 is Eric Melin, 2013 Air Guitar Champion.

Are there any social events?
Join us for a social from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday, May 9th at the Courtyard by Marriot, 310 Hammons Drive, Junction City, KS. 

What social media is being used for the event?
Follow on Twitter @ypkansas and Facebook KSYPSummit.

Where will it be in 2020-2021?
The Kansas YP Summit has traditionally changed host locations every two years. It was in Hutchinson from 2010-2011; Topeka from 2012-2013; Salina from 2014-2015; Wichita from 2016-2017; Manhattan in 2018 and Junction City in 2019 (with three regional groups working together). To apply to be the host for 2020 and 2021, please click here!

How do I register?
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