NETWORK PARTNERS

Minnesota Rising is proud to be part of the network of emerging leaders in Minnesota and acknowledges that often the best work comes from efforts conducted in community. As such, we would like to recognize the promotional and programming support of our Network Partners, highlighted below. Thank you to these and other emerging leader groups, which are helping to cultivate and deepen the civic capacity in our communities!


Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Twin Cities Young Professionals
Launched in 2010, the Young Professionals Group was created to expand awareness for the agency’s programs, recruit volunteer mentors and raise funds for Big Brothers Big Sisters.


Citizens League Emerging Leaders
Representing the Citizens League’s fresh, forward-thinking approach to expand and engage its young adult membership, the Emerging Leaders Committee formed in 2008 to create events and opportunities for younger generations.


Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy, Minnesota Chapter (EPIP)
The Minnesota Chapter of Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy are professionals at foundations, government and corporate grantmaking entities, and philanthropy support organizations (such as regional associations of grantmakers, affinity groups, and financial advisory firms).


Engine
Engine provides a revolutionary way for talented professionals and nonprofits to work together. Our model enhances the capacity of nonprofits while professionals develop their skills, network and civic engagement.


Fourth Generation
The Fourth Generation Fund came about as an evolution of the long standing partnership between The Minneapolis Foundation and Community Capital Alliance. Community Capital Alliance historically operated as a giving circle for young professionals, and we’re using that model for the Fourth Generation Fund.

 

Leaders of Today and Tomorrow (LOTT)
The LOTT Fellows Program inspires college-aged and emerging professional women to envision themselves as future leaders. The program is designed to develop young women’s potential to lead professionally, personally, and in their communities.

 

 

Minneapolis Urban League Young Professionals (MULYP)
The Minneapolis Urban League Young Professionals are a chapter of the National Urban League Young Professionals, which  is a network of young professionals across the country who provide leadership development, economic empowerment and community volunteer opportunities for other young professionals.



Minnesota Jaycees
As a civic organization for young people, the Minnesota Jaycees are developing the next generation of leaders by providing opportunities to stand up and take initiative in their community.

 

National Association of Asian American Professionals – Minnesota (NAAAP-MN)
The National Association of Asian American Professionals – Minnesota Chapter (NAAAP-MN) is a non-profit, professional organization that promotes the career advancement and leadership development of Asian American professionals in all fields through networking, respecting Asian multiculturalism and supporting diversity, and community service.

 


Propel
Propel is an organization of young professionals dedicated to furthering the mission of Jeremiah Program through engagement in volunteer opportunities, social activities and fundraising efforts.


Students Today Leaders Forever
“Promoting initiative and living with passion…believing one student can make a difference.”


Twin Cities Rotaract
Developing high energy, young professionals who strive to make a difference in our community and beyond, in the spirit of growth, optimism and fun.

Torch Community
Our goal is to connect young professionals with communities that matter to us. These types of communities are focused on career development, diversity and inclusion, social responsibility, and the arts.


Young Nonprofit Professionals Network Twin Cities (YNPN-TC)
The Twin Cities chapter of the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network is a community of nonprofit staff, volunteers, supporters, and allies: current and future leaders who want to connect with others in the social sector.


Young Professional Communicators of the Twin Cities (YPCTC)
Young Professional Communicators – Twin Cities is dedicated to connecting those starting out in the fields of advertising, journalism, marketing, and public relations.

 

Young Professionals of the Twin Cities
Young Professionals of Twin Cities was established in 2007 to provide a place where young professionals can connect with other young professionals.

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