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Summer Celebration!

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Summer is here and it’s time to celebrate! Join STYP at Remliks on the Patio for our Annual Summer Celebration

Anyone in attendance who signs up for STYP membership at the event will receive membership through the end of 2020, for just $35, and will receive a gift card to a local restaurant/venue when signing up! All STYP members receive a free CommuniKey subscription, are eligible for the professional development grant, and receive special member only pricing for paid events, among other membership benefits.

If there is one STYP event that you don’t want to miss, it’s this one! We can’t wait to see everyone there!

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STYP Professional Development Grant

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STYP is please to announce that we are offering a new and exciting member benefit:

Professional Development Grants!

 

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How to Look Good (On Paper)

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Come join us and the Southern Tier Young Professionals on June 27th from 6 to 8 PM as we decode the do’s and don’ts of putting together a resume, and we find out what the heck to actually put in a cover letter!

Jordan Smith, Career Consultant Assistant in Residence With the Fleishman Center at Binghamton University will join us to give us some tips and tricks.

We will also be talking about how to utilize LinkedIn to make you stand out online in your professional network.

Bring your Resumes and your Cover Letters and let’s put you to work!

Event will be held at the Vestal Public Library in the large meeting room from 6-8pm.

 

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Quarterly Meeting

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Join STYP on June 18th from 5:45 PM until 8:30 PM for the Quarterly Meeting at the Endicott Visitors Center where we plan to make a very special announcement to benefit our membership.

Our guest speaker will be Richard A. Materese, the Town of Union Supervisor.

Food will be provided by Town of Union businesses.

After the meeting, tours of the museum will be available to all who are interested!

 

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Mixer at Burger Mondays

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Join the Southern Tier Young Professionals for a mixer at Burger Mondays, Tuesday, May 21st from 6 PM to 9 PM!

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Lost Dog Mixer

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On Wednesday, May 1, 2019, we will have a mixer at Lost Dog from 6 PM – 9 PM. Live jazz music at 8 PM by Miles Ahead Jazz Quartet. Instrumentalists can bring their instruments and join in on the fun!

My Boss Doesn’t Care

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When you got to work, and it isn’t working. When you have co-workers, who have been at work for years—and are happy with the culture as it is. When you are faced with a toxic workplace culture and team. This is when you need a change, but not of your work. This is when you need a change, but not of your co-workers. This is when you need a change of mindset.

Jesan Sorrells, noted speaker, entrepreneur, and author of My Boss Doesn’t Care: 100 Essays on Disrupting Your Workplace by Disrupting Your Boss, will take you through the future of work, the nature of the modern workplace, and what you can do to affect your mindset at work. Jesan will explore the methods, postures, attitudes, and strategies that matter more than mere tactics to solving the biggest cultural problem at work. And giving you new tools to do something about it.

The event is scheduled for May 6th from 6:00 PM until 8:00 PM with Jesan Sorrell from Human Services Consulting and Training. He will conduct a workshop focused on developing the strategies discussed in the book, My Boss Doesn’t Care: 100 Essays on Disrupting Your Workplace by Disrupting Your Boss. Cost of attendance is free to STYP members and $10 for non-STYP members. The first 25 STYP members will also receive a free copy of the book. The event will be held at Binghamton University Downtown Center in room DC 226. Please utilize street parking as the University parking lot will not be available.

Please utilize the Google Form to register for the event and Non-Members please make sure to sign up for membership or buy your ticket below!




April 24th at 6:00 PM – Hey Good Cookin’ Pasta Making

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Mission Im-pasta-able: Cook up some pasta at this fun and educational class with the Cornell Cooperative Extension! We’ll be learning to make our own pasta and then enjoying it together after.

Cost will be $30 for STYP members and $40 for non-members and registration is due no later than April 10th, non-refundable after that date.

The class is limited to 12 people in size so make sure you sign up early! Follow the link to sign up!

Please feel free to bring snacks for during class and drinks for when we enjoy our pasta!


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April 27th – Church of the Holy Trinity Bush Clean Up

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In conjunction with the SUNY Binghamton Alumni, we will be helping the Church of the Holy Trinity with removing some bushes.

The amount of time the event takes is dependent upon how many volunteers there are. We do recommend this event be for adults and older teens since we will be using shovels, axes, wood cutters, etc.

Snacks provided at the event.

Please make sure to register with the event at the provided link!

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April 13th – Adopt-A-Highway Clean Up

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Come join STYP and help beautify our Adopt-a-Highway location, Exit 70N westbound on Route 17, just behind Food and Fire. Lockheed Martin will be cleaning up their adjacent space at the same time.

Volunteers will meet in the McDonald’s parking lot at 9:00 a.m. Volunteer forms, trash bags, reflective vests, and gloves will be provided. Volunteers must fill out a form prior to participation (the day of is fine).

 

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