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From our Co-Chairs:
2020 Will be the best year yet…I can see it clearly.

NextGENers,

Holidays, gift-giving, family, food, Hallmark channel movie marathon, and food (yeah I said that twice) make the end of the year special. Take this time to reflect on your accomplishments, friendships, and all the love you’ve been blessed with.

As young professionals, we are in our prime. We are ambitious, audacious, adamant, and active in all areas of life. Look back on 2019 and see how far you grew, how far “WE” grew as a community, as a group of young professionals, and how much impact we had in 2019. We had great events, influential leaders, engaging hosts, and high spirits throughout the year. We could sit here and write out all the wins we had as NextGEners. A characteristic about our generation is we understand our accomplishments, but we never settle.

2020 is here. Make it your year. Set your own personal bar high. Whether you are finishing up a degree, striving for a promotion, preparing to deliver a major project, working on a specific talent, or deciding to overcome personal challenges, make this your year. Commit to level up your game, your personal game, and your professional game. Not to NextGEN standards, or the world’s standards, but to your standards. Show the world what you can achieve. Go ahead, we will wait and watch…and witness what you are capable of doing.

All the best in 2020. The year of YOU!

Brian and David
Welcome our newest NextGEN member!
Melissa Koch-Wittman -Marketing Coordinator
Eide Bailly
NextUP with NextGEN: Upcoming Events
Learn
Register for our upcoming Professional Development Series from January to May entitled:

The series will feature five workshops, one each month, that will help attendees to evaluate where they are in their own career, where they want to go next, and how they are going to get there. The sessions will enable young professionals to identify their goals and then take action to achieve them.

Each session will include a book recommendation to extend the learning around the particular topic, however the book will not be required in order to achieve results from the sessions. 

Our presenters for this series will be:

  • January 14th: Karen Grosz of Canvas Creek Team Building
  • February 20th: Susan Shald with Gallup
  • March 11th: Shelby Jo Long-Hammond of Business Dynamics and Rocky Mountain College
  • April 1st: Karen Miller of BillingsWorks
  • May 12th: William Henry of Be Better World

Registration for the series is $25 per session or $100 if you register for all five. NextGEN is thrilled to offer so many opportunities for young professionals to grow professionally. Find the right fit and get out there!

The next Learn Team Meeting is this Friday, January 3rd from 12:15-1:15pm at Guadalajara (17 N 29th St) . If you are interested in being a part of the Learn Team, please contact  Kayla VokralShannon Christensen, or  Whitney Griffin .
Connect
NextGEN NextHOUR is Thursday, January 16th from 5:00-7:00pm at Opportunity Bank (1005 N 27th St). They will be providing appetizers and drinks. Come ready to n etwork and collaborate with other NextGENers!

The next Connect Team meeting is Tuesday, January 28th at Topz Sandwich Co (900 S 24th St W). Reach out to Jason Leininger or Jaidyn Milliron if you are interested in being a part of this team!
Grow
Join us for NextGEN CoffeeHOUR on January 8th from 7:30-9:00am at MoAv West End (1400 S 24th St) for an opportunity to get your networking and development in BEFORE work!

This free event features a casual atmosphere with no-host coffee & pastries and a featured guest. This is an open house format, so come and go when you need!

The next Grow Team meeting is Tuesday, January 21st at Harper & Madison (3115 10TH Ave N) at noon. If you are interested in being a part of the Grow team, please contact Cathy Grider or D'Vaughn Hayes .
Extra! Extra!
Check out what NextGENers have been up to this month:
Christmas Lights Tour
NextHOUR @Freefall Brewery at Rimrock Mall
CoffeeHOUR @MoAv Coffee
Cahoots White Elephant Exchange
Thank you to our NextGEN sponsors:
NextGEN is a program of the