Tahoe Regional Young Professionals this fall
Tahoe Regional Young Professionals (TRYP) has a busy month ahead with events, mixers, and ways to get involved in the community. Plus, this month marks the fourth annual Winter White Holiday Party.
On Nov. 12, TRYP will host the Monthly Networking Mixer at Azul Latin Kitchen in the Heavenly Village starting at 6 p.m. The local band, Taking Root, will perform. There will be a free drink and food provided. Admission is free for TRYP members and $10 for non-members.
TRYP will present the Productivity Management Workshop as part of the Professional Development Series on Nov. 19. Alexis Robin of Nourish Life Coaching will provide tips to help organize chaos. The workshop will be hosted at the Tahoe Mountain Lab on Ski Run Boulevard from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. This event is free for both TRYP members and Tahoe Mountain Lab members, and $5 for non-members.
On Nov. 22, the fourth annual Winter White Holiday Party takes place at Riva Grill. Proceeds will benefit Sierra Child and Family Services’ Project 44. Project 44 seeks to connect caring people with vulnerable children through a partnership with Foster Family and Adoption Services. The event will start at 6:30 p.m. and include a silent auction from local sponsors, food and drink, door prizes, raffle, and the Winter White Costume contest. “Wet Woodies” will be available all night for $5. Tickets can be purchased in advance, send an email to TRYP@gmail.com or visit http://www.TahoeTRYP.org. This event costs $20 for TRYP members and $30 for non-members.
Those interested in becoming a member, can do so for $40 annually. Key benefits for TRYP Members include: Professional Development opportunities; networking and mingling with other young professionals through mixers and fundraisers; leadership experience; and opportunities to give back to an array of charities. Sign up at any of the events in person, or online at http://www.tahoetryp.org. To stay up-to-date with developments, events, and opportunities with TRYP’s Civic Engagement Program, visit http://www.facebook.com/TRYP and subscribe to the newsletter and blog at http://www.tahoetryp.org.
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