Housing affordability. Student debt. Jobs. Child care. Nightlife and entertainment. Cultural diversity. Loneliness. Stay Work Play data show that New Hampshire has no shortage of challenges when it comes to the attraction and retention of young people.
But what are we doing about it?
To find out, join our webinar at 2pm, Wednesday, May 29 (details below), to learn about the organization’s new strategic plan and what Stay Work Play will be doing over the next three years.
Stay Work Play’s new, impact-driven strategic plan has as its foundation the results of our December 2017 survey on the factors that young people take into consideration when making the decision to stay in, or leave, New Hampshire. Also informing the plan are insights from members of the Stay Work Play Board of Advisors, the state’s young professionals networks, and other business and community partners.
In addition to learning about our new programs and initiatives, as well as how individuals and other organizations can work with Stay Work Play to attract and retain more young people, participants of this 45-minute webinar will also have the opportunity to ask questions of Stay Work Play Executive Director Will Stewart.
To take part in the conversation, join us on Wednesday, May 29 at 2pm. There is no pre-registration for the webinar (bit.ly/SWPwebinar).