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Top 2014 resolutions for young nonprofit professionals and how to achieve them

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The Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of Denver is a vibrant, volunteer-driven membership organization that connects and develops young non-profit leaders to leverage their collective strengths. Their activities focus on attracting talented people to the sector, helping young nonprofit professionals connect with their peers, providing programs that help develop current and emerging nonprofit leaders, and advocating for the interests of young nonprofit professionals.

Here is YNPN’s take on the top 2014 resolutions for young nonprofit professionals and how to achieve them with the help of their group:

  1. Grow your professional career

Tip: Renew or register for your YNPN Denver Membership. Membership enables you to connect with other young professionals in the nonprofit sector and further your career goals with their stellar learning opportunities. Check out their upcoming coaching sessions and personal growth events here.

  1. Find your voice in our community

Tip: Looking to flex your creative muscles? Want to share important topics with YNPN members? YNPN Denver is currently seeking bloggers for their online publication, Inspire Denver. Click here for the chance to have your voice featured in an upcoming article.

  1. Own your own piece of Denver

Tip: As Denver continues to grow, many young professionals are chomping at the bit to purchase their very own pad in the Mile High City. Whether you're ready to take the leap into home ownership now, or just starting to gather up the facts, YNPN’s got your back with their upcoming Home Buyer's Workshop on February 6, with real estate expert Sara Gasparetti of Green Door Living. Registration is FREE for members and $5 for non-members.

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About this Examiner: Kathryn Marion is the award-winning author of GRADS: TAKE CHARGE of Your First Year After College!, the most comprehensive resource for navigating the world of work and independent living after graduation, as well as host of the book’s companion resource site, www.GradsTakeCharge.com. The print edition of GRADS: TAKE CHARGE is available through Amazon and other online booksellers. The e-book edition is available through e-junkie.

Kathryn also coaches students, graduates, and career changers as well as consults with small businesses and aspiring authors.

Follow her other Examiner columns: Job Search and Life After College. And even more articles on SelfGrowth.com.

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