New Hampshire currently has twelve active young professionals networks, which are always looking for new members. These groups serve various regions and industries across the state and hold regular events that are both social and designed to enhance your skills or knowledge in key areas such as interviewing, buying a house, picking the right wine, and many more.
Regional Young Professionals Networks
NH Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
IEEE YP is the young professionals group for the worlds largest society for technical professionals (IEEE). IEEE’s activities span from the Computer Society and Robotics to Engineering in Medicine and Biology. The 21st century will be dominated by problems that will require spanning between fields like these. Participation in the NH section provides exposure to topics and professionals in these and other areas. Professionals can improve their network and critical skills in team work, leadership and communications by becoming active. Please contact Kat Reagan or visit their website for more information.
NH Society of Certified Public Accountants (CPA)
The NHSCPA Young Professionals Committee offers opportunities for newly minted members of the public accounting industry to gain access to the tools and resources necessary to enhance their professional development. The committee also provides access to some of the industry’s most insightful leaders and facilitates the expansion of professional networking with business partners across the state through the sponsorship and organization of a variety of events. If you are interested in further information about the committee’s initiatives, please contact Amanda Renfrew or visit their website.
NH Chapter of the User Experience Professionals’ Association (UXPA)
The NHEXPA provides networking and professional development opportunities for usability professionals, information architects, interaction designers, and other user experience (UX) professionals and students in the Seacoast and Southern NH regions. Their mission is to foster the growth of the local usability community and to provide an environment for members to exchange information on tips, tools, methodologies, and technologies related to usability. For more information, visit their Facebook group.
The Honey Hive
The Honey Hive exists to provide a space for young business professionals to connect, ask questions, brainstorm, and empower each other within the community. For more information, please visit their website, Facebook and Instagram. Questions? Feel free to email The Honey Hive.