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Young Professional Groups

Partners in Housing Auxiliary Board

The Auxiliary Board is a group of young professionals who have committed at least one year of their time to provide Partners In Housing with support in the areas of fundraising and marketing. The PIH Auxiliary Board is one of the premiere non-profit volunteer opportunities in Indianapolis, and consists of some of the best and brightest rising leaders in our community. Visit them at partnersinhousingindy.org/auxiliary-board

Indianapolis Zoo Associate Council

“We provide our membership with the opportunity to have a meaningful impact on the success of the Indianapolis Zoo through active participation in fundraising, educational and volunteer activities.” Visit them online at www.indyzoo.com/SitePages/SupportTheZoo/AssociateCouncil.aspx

The Scene at The Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel

It’s the young professional group at the Center for the Performing Arts: a civic network is focused on connecting patrons within the ages of 21-40. The group offers opportunities for patrons to experience the performing arts and socialize with fellow like-minded young professionals. More info at beinthescene.org.

Conner Prairie Horizon Council

Affiliated with the nationally-renown interactive history park in Fishers, the Horizon Council is an advisory, fundraising and social organization for young professionals who love history and innovation. Visit their website at connerprairie.org/Join-And-Support/Horizon-Council.aspx

SOLAR of Keep Indianapolis Beautiful

SOLAR, KIB’s Young Professionals group, brings together a cross-section of the city’s brightest young professionals who share pride for their city, a concern for the environment, and a belief in the importance of bringing different types of people together for the common good. Online at kibi.org/solar

FORTE at the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra

FORTE is the ISO’s young professionals group that offers you access to guest artists, invitations to exclusive (and pretty fun) networking events, rewarding volunteer opportunities, and tons of VIP benefits and discounts! Online at indianapolissymphony.org/support/getinvolved/forte.aspx

Young Professionals of Central Indiana (YPCI)

If you’re between 21 and 35 years old, this might be the group for you. Details at ycpi.net.

Spokes at  School on Wheels

It’s a group of people who care about education in Indianapolis, want to learn more, have some fun and meet other people like them.  They use social and networking events to spread awareness on issues regarding education and homelessness in Indianapolis. Visit them at indyschoolonwheels.org/spokes/

Young Nonprofit Professionals Network, Indianapolis (YNPNindy)

Every nonprofit professional should have a safe place to share the struggles and joys of mission-driven work. YNPN-Indy seeks to be that place for young nonprofit professionals across Central Indiana.YNPN-Indy serves not only as a resource to our members, but also to be a source of encouragement – empowering young nonprofit professionals to make community change happen. We believe in a thriving Indianapolis, a community where young nonprofiteers can come together and make our city vibrant. www.ynpn.org/indy

Indy Hub

Young professional network focused on connecting and engaging the 21 to 45 crowd in activities throughout Indianapolis.  Check them out online at indyhub.org.

Young Professionals board of Ronald McDonald House

From their website, “Ronald McDonald House of Indiana’s Young Professionals Board consists of young men and women who are professionals looking to give back to their community.” More at  rmh-indiana.org/How-You-Can-Help/Ways-to-Volunteer/YoungProfessionalsBoard.aspx

Indy Intercultural Network

IIN is a not-for-profit organization that is dedicated to building a community of culturally literate individuals through Fundraisers and Events-For-A-Cause that promote the Arts and bring young professional together. They are on Facebook at facebook.com/IndyInterculturalNetwork 

Easter Seals Crossroads Young Professionals Group

The newly formed group for Easter Seals Crossroads, a disability services organization serving greater Indiana. This YPG offers education and advocacy to the community around disability awareness and dignity. Contact Sara Croft at scroft@eastersealscrossroads.org

Agave at the Eiteljorg Museum

Agave members are a dynamic, energetic group of young professionals who share an enthusiasm for contributing to the local arts and helping the Eiteljorg fulfill its mission — to inspire an appreciation and understanding of the art, history and cultures of the American West and Native Americans.  Online at eiteljorg.org/support/agave

Noblesville Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals Group

Their mission is “To discover, cultivate and help young professionals thrive by providing professional and leadership development, community and civic involvement, and social/networking opportunities in the Noblesville area.” Check them out at
noblesvillechamber.com/pages/YoungProfessionalsGroup/

Children’s Bureau – Young Professionals Advisory Board

The Children’s Bureau Young Professionals Advisory Board was organized to offer young professionals (ages 21-40) the opportunity to learn about nonprofit board service and contribute to the Children’s Bureau mission. They organize fundraising events, volunteer in activities, have the chance to sit on board committees and more!
Visit them online at childrensbureau.org/young-professionals-advisory-board.

Young Professionals at the Skyline Club

The Skyline Club describes itself as “the most distinguished business dining private club in Indianapolis.” It was founded in 1983. They have a young professional membership option which includes networking and events for this age group. More about the membership at clubcorp.com/Clubs/Skyline-Club-Indianapolis/Membership/Membership-Categories

1816 Associate Board at the Indiana State Museum

This is a group of young professionals who serve the Indiana State Museum. For more information, contact the museum directly at their website, indianamuseum.org

College Mentors, EtC (engagement + community)

Through its unique on-campus mentoring program, College Mentors for Kids connects college students with the most to give to kids who need it most. EtC is a committee of professionals in the Indianapolis area that aims to engage the local community with College Mentors for Kids and to connect the college student mentors with their community. Visit them at collegementors.org/college-mentors-etc.

Young Architects Forum

YAF Indy (a committee of the American Institute of Architects, Indianapolis chapter) is a group of people who share a passion for design and the role of architecture in and around the city of Indianapolis. They are comprised of recent graduates, emerging professionals, and recently registered architects. More online at yafindy.org

Friends of Riley

Friends of Riley (FOR) consists of a diverse network of young professionals that are committed to supporting the Riley Children’s Foundation and its projects: Riley Hospital for Children, Camp Riley for Youth with Physical Disabilities and the James Whitcomb Riley Museum Home. By partnering with the Foundation, Friends of Riley serves as a bridge between the Riley cause and an expansive Indiana professional community. Check them out at friendsofriley.org/

Circle City Connect

From their site, “Circle City Connect fosters relationships among young professionals and empowers growth through learning, socializing, and volunteering.” Their website is circlecityconnect.org/

Last updated October 2017

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