Alamance HYPE: Helping Young Professionals Engage
United Way of Alamance County is pleased to announce HYPE: Helping Young Professionals Engage. Make a difference you can see. Meet new friends as you build your local knowledge and leadership skills. HYPE delivers unique events that elevate your community, connections, and calendar. Share your knowledge and skills through volunteer projects. Meet people who share their passions. Learn from business and community leaders.
HYPE is designed to increase the impact of Alamance County’s young professionals while connecting its members to one another and cultivating their leadership potential. Members take part in a wide variety of events including signature HYPE events like after-work socials and get connected to local interactive leadership development opportunities, volunteer opportunities, and more.
Whether you live or work in Alamance County, we encourage you to join Alamance HYPE.
As a partnership between United Way of Alamance County and the Alamance Chamber, HYPE is a community-building and networking group that advances members both professionally and civically, providing networking, volunteer, and social opportunities. We are committed to helping Alamance County young professionals get connected and engaged with our community because in the end, community engagement benefits us all.
There is no cost to join HYPE, though some events may require a small admission fee to participate or attend.
To learn more about Alamance HYPE and how we can help your business thrive, please contact group leaders Lauren Berk at email@example.com and Laura Fehlhafer at firstname.lastname@example.org. Stay tuned for the official launch party next month!
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Thank you to the HYPE Planning Committee:
Ashley McKenna, Vocational Rehabilitation
Breten Chrismon, Alamance Regional Medical Center
Caroline Deal, Glen Raven
Cheryl Ray, Alamance County Human Resources Association
Jenna Heydt, Alamance Chamber
Jenny Faulkner, Alamance Burlington School System
JJ Evans, Alamance Community College
Karen Carrouth, Alamance Arts
Laura Fehlhafer, Alamance Commerce
Lauren Berk, United Way of Alamance County
Lindsay Conrad, First Presbyterian Church
Lindsey Owens, Elon University
Michelle Mills, Alamance County Public Libraries
Ryan Keur, Burlington Royals
Ryan Moffitt, Vernon Law Firm
Stephanie Wood, Vocational Rehabilitation
Tamara Kress, Studio One
Teresa Mansfield, LabCorp
Virginia Lewis, Downtown Corporation